Bikes 4 Families
Bike Roswell! Bicycle Raffles and Auctions
Auctions and Donations
Gordon Jackson, Bike Roswell! Education Chairman, presents Alisha Mae-Patricio with a new bicycle gifted to her by Bike Roswell! The bike will help Alishia get to and from work as she recovers from a recent auto accident.
Bike Roswell delivers 12 bicycles to Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Pictured are: Chuck Crider and Tom Erdmanczyk of Bike Roswell!, Terry Shields of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, and Doug Fallon of Bike Roswell!
Our friends at Georgia Ensemble Theatre auctioned off a bicycle provided by Bike Roswell! along with lots of other beautiful items and great services for their annual fundraiser on October 10th. Support our local arts! Their website here.
Doug Fallon, BR! Director, presents sixteen bikes to HomeStretch on October 5th. Thanks to Brenda Orlans for providing the bicycles.
On the third Thursday of each month the Roswell Square comes alive with at Bike Roswell!’s booth during”Alive After 5″. Bike Roswell! is raffling off bicycles for $5 per ticket in order to help get more families in Roswell and surrounding communities on bicycles. Proceeds from the raffles go to Bike Roswell!’s program for Bicycle Safety Education.
Congratulations to the winners of the bicycle raffles!
Gordon Jackson, Bike Roswell! Education Chairman, presents bike safety and rules of the road to over 200 K-C employees while giving them a chance to enter a raffle to win a bicycle and helmet. Congratulations to Surender Guthula for winning the bike for his wife. Now they can ride together!
The Jacobs family with Mom and Dad’s new bikes!
Bike Roswell! President Tom Erdmanczyk with GM Safety Day bicycle winner Janice Steed picked up her bike this morning. Janice lives in a neighborhood with a connection to the Greenway and pledged to ride this afternoon!
Winners of the raffle were Randy Switts (with BR! Board Member Andy McNicol) and his wife . They were cyclists many years ago and have been contemplating riding again since their commute to work is only 3 miles.
These winners are Avalon and Benjamin Pope (sister and brother and pictured here with BR! Board Member Marie Ducheine) . They were so excited that they followed me to the storage unit to select their bikes this evening!
Winners of the raffle were Randy Switts and his wife. They were cyclists many years ago and have been contemplating riding again since their commute to work is only 3 miles
Come by our booth during “Alive After 5“, the third Thursday of the summer months at the Roswell Square at the corner of Alpharetta Hwy & GA Hwy 120 in Roswell, GA.
For more information about this program, contact:
Bike Roswell! Director