Live from the warehouse~ it’s humanhealthpowered takeover‼️ International Cyclists from the Minneapolis-based Human Powered Health team are visiting the FreeBikes4KidzMN warehouse to help distribute bikes to local children in need. Thank you riders for sharing your time, encouragment and your olympic medals with the kids!
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Happy New Year!
Thanks to your amazing volunteerism and financial support, Free Bikes 4 Kidz gave bicycles and helmets to almost 10,000 kids in 2018! 2019 is getting off to a blazing start with the first FB4K bike collection of the year in Madison, Wisconsin on January 12, 2019! FB4KMadison collected 1500 bicycles, and has already begun refurbishing… Read more »
FB4K GOING GLOBAL!
Tidings of joy keep coming in from Free Bikes 4 Kidz Chapters across the country! Not only was the Minneapolis Season 11 a remarkable success, but FB4K Atlanta donated more than 400 bikes to Atlanta kids, and in Salt Lake City, 250 bikes were given by FB4K Utah. In their stellar first year efforts, FB4K… Read more »
Season 11, Week 5
The snow started falling, but we will not be deterred. Free Bikes 4 Kidz will be open 7 days a week until every bicycle is finished for our December giveaways! 3,500 bikes are finished thanks to our continuing stream of dedicated volunteers, and awesome groups from MN Chapter of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Community Group,… 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!
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 »