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1.50 1.25 Normal 0.50 Video Quality Play/Pause >>Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00Settings Closed Captions Picture in Picture Cast FullscreenPlay/Pause >>Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00Settings Closed Captions Cast FullscreenBUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — In Buffalo’s Jefferson Avenue community creators of a brand-new bike shop are hoping that it brings a broader mission of mobility in a community that has lacked equity.“That’s our priority is ensuring that we are giving people the freedom to move fairly, fearlessly and freely in their communities,” Jalonda Hill, founder & president, Colored Girls Bike Too. Colored Girls Bike Too opening a bike shop on Jefferson Avenue. Friday is the grand opening of the organization’s community bike shop featuring a mobility bank.“Folks will come in and purchase bikes inexpensively though, so we want to make sure that accessibility — is like why we’re here — we don’t want to be here and then folks can’t even afford the bicycle or the mobility options we have,” Hill remarked. This bicycle shop on Jefferson Avenue is just a block away from where ten members of our community were killed at the Tops store in a racist mass shooting last year. It’s in an area of the east side’s Cold Springs neighborhood where many don’t drive. Many ride their bikes in the Jefferson Avenue community for transportation. “A lot of people don’t have vehicles, so we utilize various forms […]