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The W.R.E.N.C.H. Winnipeg Cycling Archive collection
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Donation 9: Ukrainian immigrant bicycle story

Consists of digitized documents related to the immigration of Emma Obendoerfer to Canada from the Soviet Union following World War 2, as well as the bicycle she brought with her. Includes digitized images of immigration documents and photos, and a Microsoft Word document written by the donor that tells her story. Donation courtesy of Peter Obendoerfer.

Donation 3: Critical Mass and Bike to the Future material

Consists of various material related to the organizations Critical Mass and Bike to the Future. The Bike to the Future material consists primarily of emails, meeting minutes, reports, and photographs from 2006-2007. Critical Mass material consists primarily of email, articles, photographs, and material related to the police response to Critical Mass bike rides in May, 2006. Series also consists of a photograph of World Naked Bike Ride in 2008. Donation courtesy of Buck Doyle.

Donation 14: Various cycling organizations and promotional material

Consist of promotional material (posters, screen prints, and pamphlets) for various cycling organizations and events, particularly the Bike Dump and the W.R.E.N.C.H,, and photos of an earn-a-bike program run by the W.R.E.N.C.H. for a fifth grade class at George V School in November, 2011. Donation courtesy of Geoffrey Heath.

Donation 16: Winnipeg Ottocycle final report

Consists of the final report report of the Winnipeg 2009 OttoCYCLE report, conducted by the Centre for Sustainable Transportation at the University of Winnipeg for the City of Winnipeg. The report combined GPS and socio-economic data to produce a dataset of cycling activity in Winnipeg that could be use to guide the construction of cycling infrastructure. Donation courtesy of Daniel Gravenor.

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