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Can'd Aid, Lenosky hosting bike-building event Monday

Published April 23, 2021
Sixty-eight bikes will be donated to a local elementary school.

LONGMONT, Colo. (BRAIN) — A Colorado-based nonprofit group that helps increase outdoor access for underserved kids joins professional mountain biker Jeff Lenosky in a charity bike-building event Monday.

Can'd Aid volunteers and Lenosky will be at CYCLHOPS Bike CANtina at 600 S. Airport Road from 4-6 p.m.

Lenosky will be on hand for a Tips + Tricks Bike Workshop, with the bike build following. Sixty-eight bikes will be donated to Rocky Mountain Elementary School in Longmont.

Volunteer spots have been filled, but to donate, go to

Through its Treads + Trails program, Can'd Aid aims to get more underserved and at-risk kids outside exercising. Can'd Aid has donated more than 2,000 bikes and skateboards nationally to students in the past year. Since its inception in 2013, it has donated more than 6,700 bikes and skateboards and 2,500 musical instruments to underprivileged kids

Jeff Lenosky will hold a skills clinic Monday.
Topics associated with this article: Advocacy/Non-profits

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