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Rider gets stolen bike back

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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Emma Cleverley, the Ride to Conquer Cancer participant whose bike was stolen March 18, received a call from the Vancouver police that her bike had been turned in early Monday morning.

The Richmond resident, who was featured in last Friday’s Richmond Review, says that she is thrilled to have her bike back and excited to continue training and fundraising.

Cleverley, who volunteered for the event last year, is riding this year in hopes of raising $2500 in memory of her mum and grandmother.

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