Here in Vancouver there has been a big push to create a network of separated bike lanes in the city. While throngs of us are thrilled at the prospect of a city that builds infrastructure to support bikes, buses, pedestrians and cars – a lot of folks have their knickers in a knot over it. The latest street to get a dedicated bike lane is Hornby Street.
We like to ride our bikes here at Fairware and we like to be safe doing it. So, in the spirit of supporting the latest decision to create a separated bike route in Vancouver’s downtown core, we’re doing a limited run of “Bike Lanes Make Me Hornby” T-shirts. The tees have the pithy statement and bike stencil on the front, Vision Vancouver logo on the sleeve.
Interested in a t-shirt? We’ll be selling shirts and taking orders at the upcoming Vision Vancouver Pub Night on October 20th, “The Charles” bar at 136 Cordova St. (Near the Corner of Cordova and Cambie St.) We’ll have shirts ready for pick up at the October 20th event as well as an order form (in the case we run out of our first print run). Or you can contact Tim Chipperfield directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your orders.
100% Organic T-shirt;
Men’s Sm-XL; Women’s Sm-XL;
Cost $15 including tax.
Please include your name; email and size when you contact Tim. Shirts are available for pick up only @ the Vision Offices or at Pub Night on October 20th, “The Charles” bar at 136 Cordova St (Near the Corner of Cordova and Cambie St.).
Contact Tim Chipperfield directly at email@example.com to place your orders.