This reminder comes after police say bicycle thefts are on the rise in Sudbury. A total of bicycle thefts have been reported, and 49 of those have been recovered. Both lost property and thefts would include those of bicycles. Train says the first thing people should do after purchasing any valuable item such as a bike, is to take a photo of it and record the serial. If the bike has any unique features too such as a horn or a bell, make sure those are documented as well," said Sgt. It le to the further investigation and identifying them down the line.
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Greater Sudbury residents are invited to re discover the joy of riding a bike during annual Bike Month celebrations throughout the month of June! Bike Month kicks off on June 1 and continues all month long with dozens of ways to celebrate, including community rides, skills development courses and free events like the Kids Bike Exchange and Bike to Work Day.
To get involved, watch this space for a calendar of planned community events to be hosted by the City and its community partners.
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