Cranksgiving Cleveland

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Cranksgiving Cleveland
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Cleveland’s cycling community is once again raising food for disadvantaged families and senior citizens this holiday season!
Bike Cleveland is hosting Cleveland’s fifth-annual Cranksgiving, a fun bicycle food drive taking place at Cleveland Heights City Hall, 40 Severance Circle in Cleveland Heights. The event is free!

At Cranksgiving, cyclists of all ages and skill levels receive a map of nearby grocery stores. Participants are challenged to ride their bikes to about four of the stores to purchase one or more food items specified for each. Everything purchased must be hauled by bicycle, either in a bag, pannier, rack, or trailer. You will return to donate the food they collect to area hunger programs. Cyclists likely spend about $15 (or however much you can) and ride about fifteen miles.

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By: Bike Cleveland

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