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Fourth annual Jingle Bell Legacy Ride brings bikes to South Dakota kids

Fourth annual Jingle Bell Legacy Ride brings bikes to South Dakota kids

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1 2 … 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% RAPID CITY, S.D. – Strider Bikes hosted the fourth annual jingle bell ride at Founders Park in Rapid City on Friday.

All proceeds raised by the ride will go to benefit All Kids Bike – a national organization that works to give nearly a million children the opportunity to learn to ride a bike.

Lisa Weyer, director of All Kids Bike said, “Right now they just don’t get that opportunity, whether the parents just don’t have the infrastructure, the parents can’t purchase the bike, maybe they just don’t have a park nearby. So, for whatever reason kids today just aren’t learning how to ride. Only about one in four kids will learn to ride a bike.”

All Kids Bike was also presented with a $3,500 check from the Wide Open Brew Coffee Company, which donates a dollar to the organization for every bag of coffee sold.

James Carter is the owner of wide open brew and a professional motocross rider. He says raising money for All Kids Bike is his way of sharing his childhood passion with future generations.Carter said, “The second I put my helmet on, everything else just goes away – the stress, the worry about anything. I just have a big smile on my face under […]

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