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    Cameron Roy, 13, works on a rear wheel at the Community Bicycle Center in Biddeford last week. After completing a successful fundraising effort, the nonprofit is getting set to move to larger premises in September.

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    Three volunteers work in a cramped parts room refurbishing a bike at the Community Bicycle Center in Biddeford. The nonprofit program will leave this site on Hill Street in September and move to a larger building several blocks away.

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    The Community Bicycle Center in Biddeford raised enough money to buy and renovate this building, where it plans to offer expanded programming to youth. The nonprofit program will make the move in September.

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    Community Bicycle Center Executive Director Andy Greif points out the spacious interior of the building that will house the nonprofit program in Biddeford starting in September.

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    Austin Cantara, 10, pulls hard on a wrench as he tightens a nut on the brake pad that he just replaced on his bike at the Community Bicycle Center, a nonprofit program in Biddeford.

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    Austin Cantara, 10, gets help replacing the brake pads on his bicycle from volunteer and program director Andrew Burnell at the Community Bicycle Center. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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