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Support the People of Ukraine With These Cycling-Related Initiatives

Support the People of Ukraine With These Cycling-Related Initiatives

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 , numerous countries, companies, organizations, and people from around the world have banded together to offer support for…

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Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 , numerous countries, companies, organizations, and people from around the world have banded together to offer support for the Ukrainian people. Russia’s attack on Ukraine is the largest mobilization of armed forces in Europe since the end of World War II, and more than 2.5 million Ukrainian refugees have fled the country as of March 11.

Check out these cycling-related initiatives for Ukraine below, along with other ways to show your support. “Ride Bikes Not Tanks”

The New York City cycling brand and storefront Rubber N’ Road is raising money for humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine through the sale of T-shirts with a Ukrainian flag-inspired logo reading: “Ride Bikes Not Tanks.” The shirts are available to purchase through Rubber N’ Road’s website for $40, and 100 percent of the net proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Red Cross Society .

“Cycling for us is a vehicle to foster a community and drive change,” said co-owner Gil Lavi in a press release. “The Ride Bikes Not Tanks T-shirt is a grassroots effort by our community which warms our hearts. It showcases the faces and hands of the riders who make Rubber N’ Road a global family. It’s been truly inspiring to see members of our core New York cycling community, who represent many nations from around the world, volunteer their time to support this initiative. We are proud to stand as a global community with the people of Ukraine.”

Lavi, co-owner Max Davis, and a […]

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