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http://www.bicycleretailer.com/news/newsDetail/2133.html

For those that say Cannondale doesn't do enough to advocate for those in their communities, think again!

I was able to participate in this and it was such an awesome experience. Kids who normally wouldn't get any gifts for xmas (or any other time of the year) will now have a chance to get a cool bike totally worked over by the Cannondale staff.

Awesome!

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That's pretty cool, especially in these bad economy days, many companies are stepping down from sponsoring, donating, helping but people needing help are still in need, maybe even more so. Good gesture from Cannondale. :thumbsup:
 

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Very cool, sounds like a great program.

But before reading the link I had visions of a tricked out Judge with training wheels on it :)

In Pittsburgh there is a local shop owner fixing up bikes for kids, his shop is unlike any place I have been before.....there are work stands and tool benches and its all pretty much self serve :)

https://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07316/833111-85.stm



bad ronald said:
https://www.bicycleretailer.com/news/newsDetail/2133.html

For those that say Cannondale doesn't do enough to advocate for those in their communities, think again!

I was able to participate in this and it was such an awesome experience. Kids who normally wouldn't get any gifts for xmas (or any other time of the year) will now have a chance to get a cool bike totally worked over by the Cannondale staff.

Awesome!

-R
 
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