Working Bikes was featured in a great photo essay on the Optum Pro Cycling website, excerpted below and viewable here. “On October 7th, Optum Pro Cycling teamed up with Plus One Health Management and Working Bikes to assemble 49 Diamondback Viper youth bicycles for distribution to underprivileged youth in the Chicago area. The bicycles reached their new … read more
View the video here, from NBC Channell 12 News in Prentice, WI. Prentice High School teacher Quan Bahn organized a bike drive at two local high schools in September 2014.
Working Bikes co-founder Amy Little was recently featured in the Alumni Life section of Northwestern University’s Northwestern Magazine, discussing her role in the creation of Working Bikes. You can view pictures of Amy in our shop and read the full article, “Amy Little, Full Cycle”, here.
CBS Chicago’s Mason Johnson features Working Bikes in an article about a slew of robberies at bike shops during July 2014. View article here.
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Working Bikes manager Paul Fitzgerald makes an appearance in this Chicago Tribune video piece about our collaboration with the T.A.G. Foundation to donate 500 bikes to Bronzeville youth.
Nevada, Iowa resident Richard Atwell has been collecting bikes for Working Bikes for about 8 years, amassing 6,500 bikes total in that time. In the past month, Atwell and a team of volunteers that includes Don Hale, Bill Ward, Bob Collins, Jay Barker, and Mike Potter have donated 275 bikes total to Working Bikes, all of which were driven … read more
Working Bikes was featured in a radio segment on radio station WBBM 780 on May 23. The segment focuses on our collaboration with the T.A.G. Foundation to donate 500 children’s bikes to youth in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. You can listen to the segment by following this link.
Working Bikes was featured on WGN Channel 9 News on May 14. The segment focused on our donation of 500 bicycles to youth living in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. The project is a partnership with the T.A.G. Foundation and its executive director, Angela Ford. You can watch the segment by following this link.
On May 12 local newspaper The Doings La Grange wrote about Working Bikes supporter Pierce MacLawhorn and his bike drive in Western Springs, Illinois. Read the article here.