BookBike season has come to an end for 2020

After another successful season on Annapolis Valley roads and trails, our BookBikes have been put in storage for the winter. This year, we introduced three E-bikes to our fleet in Wolfville and despite the shutdown cutting the season short, they were borrowed over 140 times. If you add the regular BookBike loan totals from the Wolville, Annapolis Royal, and Berwick branches to that number, we have had almost 700 borrows since 2018!

We’ll have all of our bikes tuned up and ready to go for Spring 2021. If you want to find out more about our BookBike program, visit

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