What’s Going On in the Great Bike Giveaway
For the 6th consecutive year, Friendship Circle is holding the Great Bike Giveaway, an annual campaign that strives to provide as many adaptive bikes as possible to children and teens with special needs. We partner with adaptive bike companies from around the world to offer these special bikes as well as a fundraising platform so friends and family members can help a young person with special needs experience the joy and independence of riding a bike.
As we near the midpoint of this campaign, we would like to give you a recap of everything happening in the Great Bike Giveaway.
Who Is Participating
As of today, there are 395 registrants in the Great Bike Giveaway. As you can see from the map above, there are participants all across the United States. The state with the most entrants is Michigan, with 50 entrants, followed by California, with 45.
42 teams have reached their goal and will receive an adaptive bike. To get a live update, visit our Activity Central page.
In The News
The Great Bike Giveaway has been covered by media from around the country. Check out this news story from Fox21 News in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
To read all of the media coverage of the Great Bike Giveaway, visit the media page in Activity Central. Also be sure to check out this tweet from Lance Armstrong as he generously donated to a team in the Great Bike Giveaway after a “Fake” Lance Armstrong donated.
@ayahthetiger not me but I’ll totally match and some.
— Lance Armstrong (@lancearmstrong) February 22, 2017
Who Is Donating
The world is rallying around individuals who need adaptive bikes. To date, more than 3,000 people have donated towards the Great Bike Giveaway. Donations have been received from all 50 states and from countries as far way as France, Chile, and Australia! View all donor info in our Activity Central section.