Ride to Conquer Cancer rider wants stolen bike returned

Emma Cleverley with her bike at Iona Beach on March 15. The bike was stolen three days later. -
Emma Cleverley with her bike at Iona Beach on March 15. The bike was stolen three days later.
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The bike of a Richmond resident participating in the 2014 Ride to Conquer Cancer was stolen from in front of her workplace on Tuesday.

Emma Cleverley participated in the Ride to Conquer Cancer, which benefits the BC Cancer Foundation, last year as a volunteer and was hoping to ride this year to raise $2500 in memory of her mum and grandmother.

Cleverley has already raised $1550 towards her goal and is hoping to get her bike returned to her soon so that she can continue training and fundraising for the June event.

Her bike was stolen from in front of Minoru Residence on the corner of Westminster Hwy and Minoru Boulevard sometime between 2:30p.m. and 11p.m. on Tuesday, March 18.

Anyone with any information about the bike is asked to please respond to Cleverley’s Craiglist ad at

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