A new bicycle pump and repair station opened to the public outside the Lebanon Farmers Market this past Friday, May 17th.

Business Improvement District Manager Amy Kopecky and Mayor Sherry Capello spoke to onlookers about the benefits of biking to work and the features that the new station has to offer.

View photos from the event below by Will Trostel.

The new station is right next to the bike rack for convenience. In addition to the pump, the station has a number of bicycle tuneup tools attached for minor repairs.
Deluxx Bikes‘ John Lux demonstrating how to lift a bike on the station for easier tuneups.
Lux posing along with one of his bikes.
A small crowd of onlookers were eager to test out the new station.
One of the first users of the pump, Community Health Council Executive Director Nicole Maurer, is almost ready to ride.
BID Manager Amy Kopecky poses with Mayor Sherry Capello. Kopecky was named BID Manager earlier this year.

Josh Groh is a Cornwall native and writer who began reporting for LebTown in 2019. He continued to regularly contribute to LebTown while earning a degree in environmental science at Lebanon Valley College, graduating in 2021. Since then, he has lead conservation crews in Colorado and taken on additional...


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