Our good friends at Duvine Adventure Tours wrote up a nice blog post about Bikes for Goodness Sake. They are one of the best cycling tour companies in the world.
Thanks Duvine for your support. Here’s the link:
Like you Duvine has a passion for cycling and sharing that experience with underprivileged children. Bikes for Goodness Sake helps corporations organize charitable bike building events to give good bikes to good kids.
We are grateful for Duvine’s support and yours. If you have a team looking to do a goodwill event , you can build a bike and share it with a child. Call us and ask us how.
Christmas is a time for giving. A team of technical sales people got together and wanted to build some bikes for some deserving children.
These good people did an amazing thing – they used their own money to donate the funds for the bikes. They were on a Sales Retreat before the Holidays. The team was from all over the country – Los Angeles, Charlotte, Chicago, New York Dallas, and Austin.
As a break from all the high-level sales planning, they wanted to do something good – build bikes and build their team and give some good children a wonderful experience of their first good bike. Well Done!
Here are the good kids who got new bike shop quality bikes and helmets from the Cisco team.
Pete Buck of Bucks Bikes was on-hand to oversee the event and check over the bikes so they safe for the little ones. Pete also arranged for kids from The River City Youth Foundation to get the bikes. The RCYF serves children from Southeast Austin. Many families in this area lost much their belongs from recent flooding.