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24 Hours on my Bike to raise money for Kids on Bikes

by Larry DeWitt

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On Saturday December 7, starting at 12 noon I will ride my bike on a stationary trainer for 24 hours ending at 12 noon December 8. Originally, my goal is to ride over 300 miles and raise two dollars for every mile ridden, a minimum of $600 for Kids on Bikes. However, my employer Plus3 IT Systems, https://www.plus3it.com/ is pledged to match up to $1000 to Kids on Bikes. So now that my employer has up the ante, my goal has changed to $1000. Kids on Bikes is an awesome organization who's mission is to "...inspire and empower ALL kids to lead healthy, happy, active lives through bicycling". In a time when we are faced with an obesity crises like never before, anything to inspire kids to live healthy active lives is worth supporting. I want to stress the "All" that Kids on Bikes strives to empower. They work primarily with low income kids, helping them earn a bike and learn to maintain it. KoB runs bike camps among a ton of other activities to accomplish their mission. Thanks so much for helping such a great cause.

We are so excited and grateful that you are riding or supporting us this year! You make this event fun for us every year and we would not want to do this event without our amazing bicycle community and their friends and family behind us. As you may know the 24 Hour Trainer Challenge is our premier fundraiser and we need everyone to do their best to make it successful. Our goal this year is to raise at least $20,000 and furthermore to increase the amount of donors who support our organization.


Can you help us get there?


Thank you for helping us achieve our mission: to inspire and empower all kids to lead healthy, active, and happy lives through bicycling.



Thank you to the following businesses that are matching donors!












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