ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Many people rely on bicycles to get around town, but what happens when your bike breaks?
A new program is geared to getting you back on the road.
As part of bike to work week, the Albany Public Library is opening bike fix-it stations at three of its branches. The stations contain so riders can make some repairs or maintenance, including changing a flat, adjusting brakes or tuning gears.
The fix-it stations are at the library’s Arbor Hill/West Hill branch, Bach branch and Delaware branch.