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Bakery gets into Tour de France spirit

Posted by on June 21st, 2005 at 8:32 pm

This just in:

St. Honore Bakery to host live Tour de France coverage and collect used bikes for the Community Cycling Center on July 2nd.

St. Honoré Bakery will pay tribute to the Tour de France and collect bikes for low-income youths and adults. Cycle or stroll down to the bakery on Saturday, July 2nd starting at 6 a.m. and watch the live coverage and enjoy new summer tastes. St. Honoré will continue to broadcast live coverage throughout the three-week race. Also on July 2nd, the Community Cycling Center and St. Honore’s own women’s cycling team, Sorella Forte, will collect used bicycles for the center’s bicycle education programs.

Jonathan Nicholas, Oregonian columnist and founder of Cycle Oregon, will be on hand to help collect bicycles.

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