B.C. mom on E-bike says Tim Hortons drive-thru refused to serve her


Community members and politicians are supporting an E-bike riding island mom who was turned away from a Tim Hortons drive through.

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21 Comments on "B.C. mom on E-bike says Tim Hortons drive-thru refused to serve her"

  1. Owned by BOI  bank of India  . I’ll pass .

  2. Underserved. What? Go somewhere else. Or take the kids inside. Stop making your laziness everyone else’s problem. Look after your own stuff,,,,She needs to leave the bike at home and take the car if she wants to use the “drive through” At Timmys and most other places I am sure. I wouldn’t let her come and try to push her ways either. Who does she think she is. The rules don’t apply to her? Come on now.

  3. Simple solution, e bikes should be licensed and insured.

  4. Jeez… these eco alarmists just wont give it up. Wait until summer 2020 when they find out they were paid by the Rockefellers and played like pawns. You cant use a bicycle in a drive through most likely for insurance purposes while on their property. Tim Hortons is not public property and while there you are a guest, therefore you abide by their rules… and their insurance providers rules. If you get run over by a car in that drive-thru, you’re not covered. Quit being lazy, take the kids off the bike, walk in. Get a doughnut cooked with C02 producing deep-fryers… then congratulate yourself on being green. But not actually green. Wait until you find out what makes the battery on that bike…

  5. This is not news. This is pathetic

  6. I side with Tim Horton’s decision.

  7. You don’t drive a bicycle. When you drive something you usually require a license. I don’t blame tim hortons for not serving her. You rolled your dices when you went up to the drive thru with a bicycle, didn’t get your donuts just leave it at that why go crying to the news about it…

  8. Just trying to bribe her kids before she poisons them with a vaccine that the kid obviously senses is harmful…

  9. Nut job mom, risks kids harm going through a Tim Horton’s drive through for a healthy sustainable lifestyle for a donut? That is truly freakish.

  10. Bart Sindrewicz | November 21, 2019 at 11:58 AM | Reply

    This hit all the Talking Points. Vaccinations. Climate awareness. Self-righteous moms.

  11. In 2019 this is considered news now?? Seven months of freedom as a snow bird. Get away from this nonsense!

  12. Yawn.

  13. MASTER CRAFTER | November 21, 2019 at 2:44 PM | Reply

    Bicycles sandwiched between cars in a lineup is a recipe for disaster. One little slip up & ya get squished bodies (instead of just a cracked bumper)

  14. Maybe she had a bad attitude the first time!? I got served once walking to drive thru!

  15. You’ve never been allowed to go through the DRIVE -thru either on foot or on a bike.

  16. Anshul Melville | November 21, 2019 at 6:12 PM | Reply

    Now that is a crisis!

  17. so those who are trying to save the environment are being punished by tim hortons lol.

  18. How is a motorcycle vs a bike any less safe

  19. Rajkiran Natarajan | November 21, 2019 at 11:13 PM | Reply

    How about get a wheel lock to lock the whee against the frame and enter the store like everyone else?

  20. Beverly Hamilton | November 22, 2019 at 10:02 PM | Reply

    These folks saying “just lock up the bike” don’t have two young kids to pack and unpack. Time for TH to adapt to the new reality as more are choosing alternatives to expensive combustion vehicles. This Mom is doing everything she can to make sure she is putting her kids first and i have to applaud that.

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