An anonymous donor paid for a free public bicycle repair station to be installed on the southwest corner of Topeka and Douglas. It’s called a Fixit Station and sits on the sidewalk in front of the Kansas Leadership Center.
An anonymous donor paid for a free public bicycle repair station to be installed on the southwest corner of Topeka and Douglas. It’s called a Fixit Station and sits on the sidewalk in front of the Kansas Leadership Center. Courtesy photo
An anonymous donor paid for a free public bicycle repair station to be installed on the southwest corner of Topeka and Douglas. It’s called a Fixit Station and sits on the sidewalk in front of the Kansas Leadership Center. Courtesy photo

Free bicycle repair station installed at Topeka and Douglas

July 19, 2016 06:44 PM

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