Posts Categorized: Pedaling News

2018 COLLECTION DAY!

Beautiful to see the generosity of the Twin Cities metro area! Thank you for creating the largest POP-UP BIKE SHOP on the planet~ 6000+ bikes were donated yesterday at 50 Allina Health locations.   For the next 8 weeks we need massive numbers of volunteers to clean and fix all the bikes like new to… Read more »

NEW WAREHOUSE!

Free Bikes 4 Kidz has there new home for 2018 Season 11!  A big beautiful warehouse at 5930 Earle Brown Drive in Brooklyn Center has been donated, and our first volunteer group has already unloaded and set up all our equipment. Bring on the bikes! Allina Health’s area wide bike collection is next Saturday, October… Read more »

Sloane’s Lemonade Stand

Sloane’s Free Lemonade & Cookie Stand, Season 3, was another big hit at the Minneapolis Bike Tour! Sloane and her family collected over $700 for Free Bikes 4 Kidz by pedaling out delicious lemonade and home baked cookies to all the thirsty riders, raising significant awareness for our great cause. You’re amazing Sloane!  Thank you…. Read more »

HELP A KID BE A KID!

With your help, we collect, refubish, and giveaway 10,000 bikes this year. There are 3 ways you can help.  Donate a bike on October 6 Volunteer to help us refurbish bikes Donate Financially We need your help to gear up for the season. It costs $30 to change one life with a bike. You can help us change one… Read more »

Welcome to Season 11!

The summer is going fast and fall is approaching. We all know that means Free Bikes 4 Kidz will once again set up and open the largest temporary bike shop in the world! We have a lot to live up to after our record-breaking year in 2017 and we will continue to optimize our methods… Read more »

PROUD OF PORTLAND!

Portland non-profit gives immigrant children free bikes! THIS is what FB4K is all about! Our friends in Portland just got to experience the joy of one of Free Bikes 4 Kidz Portland first Giveaway Days! Check out this heartwarming KGW-TV story from Katherine Cook (KGW). Special thanks to Providence Health & Services – Oregon Region… Read more »