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Explore. Dream. Bike. Thrive.  We use bikes to build healthy, happy and active kids, families and communities. Grand adventures happen on the seat of a bike.  Will you join us?

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24 Hour Trainer Challenger

When: December 7-8, 2019

Time: 12pm-12pm

Where: USOPC Velodrome, 250 South Union, Colorado Springs, CO

We are so excited and grateful that you are riding with us this year! You make this event fun for us every year and we would not want to do this event without our amazing bicycle community behind us. As you know the 24 Hour Trainer Challenge is our premier fundraiser and we need everyone to do their best to make it successful. Our goal this year is to raise at least $20,000 and furthermore to increase the amount of donors who support our organization. We will make it as simple and easy for you as possible.

This year, we were able to create a campaign for you to make your own fundraising page for you and a team. The website is set up so that every member of your team has the option to fundraise and their own unique URL. This will mean that the funds raised will be in real time and will be credited to the team or solo rider. You can create a team or add yourself to someone’s team.

Email Jess Lieber, Operations Manager, for more assistance at jess@kidsonbikes.net

 

Donate a bike

We take bike donations, parts and equipment at our Pedal Station. You can also drop off a bike at one of our bike shop partners who are drop-off sites for us.

We take kids and adult bikes and can issue you a tax deductible receipt. All bikes go toward youth and families in our programs or for retail sale so that proceeds can support the mission of Kids on Bikes.

Donate Cash

$50 – Provides a bike toolkit
$300 – Sponsors a child
$5000 – Sponsors a neighborhood

If you would like to set up recurring donations or make a one time donation, then please fill out the form below.

We are closely and diligently monitoring the situation with Covid-19 as it relates to summer camps, our general operations, and individuals, volunteers, and staff safety, and the rest of our programs as well. We are still hopeful, excited, and optimistically expect that camps will happen as planned beginning in late May, and registration is still open. If you have experienced any financial hardship as a result of the pandemic, please feel free to complete our scholarship application and we will do our best to work with you on the cost of camps.Any future changes will adhere to recommendations from the CDC, state and local health departments, and be made with the health and safety of our participants, coaches, and families in mind. For the time being, our cancellation policy mentioned below still applies. In the event that your child's camp session is affected, we will offer the opportunity to switch to a later week, defer your registration to 2021, or receive a refund. For Kids on Bikes' full Covid-19 and camp response, Click here
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