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Address: 628 Monmouth Road, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N8Y 3J6

Bike Windsor Essex is an advocacy group that runs the community Bike Kitchen. This is a DIY space where riders can rent a stand to repair a flat and do general maintenance on their bikes. We have some basic retail items, used parts, tubes, tires, wheels, used bikes.

All cyclists are welcome to drop by to get a tire pump, water, small bike adjustment, and maps and intelligence on the region. We also offer short term rentals of city bikes.

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Address: RR5 Fire# 717875, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, N4K 5N7

Owen Sound Transportation Tourism Office – Springmount. Rest area, trail access to Jones Falls, restrooms, picnic area, bike lock up and bike repair station, visitor information all found at this location just off of Highway 6 North en route to the Chi Cheemaun ferry.

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Address: 51 Grand Road, Campbellford, Ontario, Canada, K0L 1L0

Trent Hills is a community within Northumberland County and is just 90 minutes from Toronto and three hours from Ottawa. It’s a farming community steeped in heritage with three unique urban centres. In the middle is the town of Campbellford located on the Trent River. It has outlet shopping and attractions such as the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. West of Campbellford are the villages of Hastings, winner of the Ultimate Fishing Town in Ontario for 2012, at the mouth of Rice Lake, and Warkworth, an artisan community whose Main Street is lined with boutique shops. The Visitor Information Centre located in Campbellford, offers maps and brochures form Trent Hills, Northumberland County and all across the province of Ontario; a bike rack for safe storage; large parking area; potable water; picnic areas under shaded trees; public washrooms and a friendly smile.