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Public workshop today on bicycle theft prevention

Program runs from 1-2 p.m. in Dublin Library

Bike East Bay, the city of Dublin and the Alameda County Transportation Commission are teaming up to offer a one-hour bicycle theft prevention workshop Saturday in Dublin.

The free event will help local residents "learn how to protect your bike from theft, covering topics such as locking techniques, secure parking options, and bike registration, and get tips on how to recover a stolen bike," organizers said.

The workshop is scheduled to run from 1-2 p.m. Saturday in the Dublin Library Program Room, 200 Civic Plaza.

For more details, call 510-845-7433, ext. 2, email robert@bikeeastbay.org or visit www.bikeeastbay.org/education.

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