An Atlanta bike shop is giving away free lights as the store promotes safe night riding.
Twenty-two sets of new lights, and a number of gently used lights, will be available to bikers who bring their cycles to the Sopo Bicycle Cooperative in East Atlanta.
It's part of an outreach initiative called "Light Up the Night - On Bikes." That's led by the Atlanta Bicycle Campaign, which wants to protect Atlanta residents increasingly riding bikes during a season when it gets dark earlier.
Riders will get a set of front and rear lights.
Saturday's event is two hours, starting at 3:30 p.m.
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