Posts Tagged: bikes for kids

FB4K HALFWAY THROUGH!

Celebrating the halfway point of Free Bikes 4 Kidz extraordinary 8-week effort to refurbish thousands of bicycles for thousands of kids in need by December 1st! Shout out to all week 4 volunteers including QBP (Quality Bicycle Products), U.S. Bank, Wayzata Mountain Bike Team, Emerson Technologies, Micron USA (Minneapolis) and EDK Training.   Early giving… Read more »

SEASON 11, WEEK 3

After only three weeks, we are riding the momentum and have completed about 2,500 bikes, with the help of 1,128 volunteers who have supported us with 4,339 hours so far. Every volunteer and every hour counts. We couldn’t do this without our inspiring community of volunteers. Together, we are better!    

SEASON 11, WEEK 2

Week 2 set race records with a total of 1600 bicycles finished at the Free Bikes 4 Kidz warehouse! Thank you to each individual volunteer plus the special forces from PT Day of Service, Saturday Properties, Target, Wells Fargo, Collins Electrical and Dangerous Man Brewing Co.     

Bike Collection Goes National!

In the past 2 weeks, not only did Minneapolis have their big annual bike collection, but Free Bikes 4 Kidz affiliates in Eugene/Springfield, Atlanta and Detroit also held their collections with amazing results. FB4K Founder, Terry Esau was able to travel to Eugene and Detroit to help out. Lots of hard work. Congratulations to all!… Read more »

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 »

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 »