Building bikes for community

Posted 4/29/21

Community members from across the Denver-metro area to volunteer building bikes with Can’d Aid. The event took place on April 22 on Infinite Monkey Theorem’s patio in Denver’s Five Points …

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Building bikes for community

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Community members from across the Denver-metro area volunteered building bikes with Can’d Aid. The event took place on April 22 on Infinite Monkey Theorem’s patio in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood. Spaced out to adhere to social distancing, the volunteers built 35 bikes that were donated to the middle schoolers at Peak Expeditionary School in Wheat Ridge to be part of the youths’ physical education programming. Can’d Aid is a Colorado-based national nonprofit that helps build communities through its various programs and volunteer opportunities. The bike build was part of the Treads + Trails program. To learn more about Can’d Aid, visit https://candaid.org.

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