NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – The popularity of bicycles has exploded during the pandemic.
More Business is good news for people like Andrew Hunds, who owns Hunds Re-Cycle & Hydro Factory on Colley Avenue.
It also means, however, that bike parts are harder to find than usual, Hunds said.
Yet when a friend reached out to a man in need, Hunds decided to help him by donating a bike he had recently built.
“I know how much a bicycle can help someone in their everyday life,” he said.
D’Egg Diner’s business owner Phillip Decker contacted Hunds about a local man he knew whose bike had been stolen.
Hunds had recently built a distinctive gray bike with red wheels, but so far no one had bought it …
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