We partnered with an elementary school reading program and the United Way recently to provided bikes to children who needed one and met their reading goals...


I have also heard of actually riding a bike to earn it.



Jonathan Morrison
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On Jan 15, 2012, at 10:17 AM, "Chuck Fox" <hmltntheater@usadatanet.net> wrote:

Does anyone have experience with an earn-a-bike program where the bike recipients earn a bike not by learning bike mainteence skills, but by completing some other task or assignment?  For example, by participating in an after school program, or volunteering for a community project, or agreeing to take part in an educational program on drug awareness/nutrition and fitness/sex education.  i.e. Have you found creative ways to use a bike as a bridge to address other important issues, for young people or adults?  Thanks!  Chuck
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