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Cycling For Good FAQs:

Q: WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CYCLING FOR GOOD?

A: The initiative is simple - it is a way of getting fresh fruit, healthy snacks, personal care and other items to the men and women we pass each time we bike. It is my shot at micro-philanthropy. I understand, this is not a new concept and certainly tons of good programs out there focused on feeding and supporting the homeless. This is our attempt at trying…something.

Q: WHAT DO I DO ON THE RIDE?

A: We bike. We make stops. We pass out the kits/items. We learn a name and or story. We genuinely care. We head back.

Q: CAN I RENT A BIKE TO RIDE WITH YOU?

A: Rentals are not available through Loose Nuts Cycles the shop that has served as base camp. What I really want to know is, why do you not own a bike?

Q: ARE MY DONATIONS TAX DEDUCTIBLE?

A: Nope. Right now, this is a simple initiative, living religion if you will. No 501(c)(3) status. Will that change? Maybe. But only because I think about legacy, not purpose.

Q: WHAT ITEMS ARE NEEDED MOST?

A: We can always use fresh fruit (oranges, cuties, etc. are helpful). It would also help if we had some additional tuna packs, or other hearty and portable equivalents. Trial sized/personal care items are also greatly appreciated.

Q: REMIND ME, HOW LONG IS THE RIDE?

A: Our longest ride to date was only 11 miles and that included some bonus riding down the BeltLine. Even then, the day only lasted 90 minutes. You have 90 minutes.

Hope that helps. Stay tuned for additional details and let me know if you have other questions about what we are building/trying. DEE
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