Free Bike Repairs! France Will Cover €50 Worth Of Shop Work Per Person

Supported by After weeks of lockdown, France is starting to plot out its approach to gradually easing at least some restrictions on public life — and some provisions in the country’s “deconfinement plan” may be of particular interest to cyclists there. As part of the French government’s plan, cyclists in France will be able take their bikes … The post Free bike repairs! France will cover €50 worth of shop work per person appeared first on CyclingTips .

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