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Boston 6/9: Bikes Not Bombs' Ride for Social Change

Hello everyone, I work at Bikes Not Bombs and we're looking for riders for our Bike Ride for Social Change to raise money for all of our youth and international programs. Itís actually our largest fundraiser of the year, and if you participate, in addition to making a huge difference, thereís a free t-shirt, free reusable water bottle and an after-party with free delicious food and music.

You can register as a rider or volunteer at www.bikesnotbombs.org/bike-a-thon. Thereís tons of rider support and rest stops with food for all 4 rides: 10, 30, 50 and 100 miles.

If you canít make it that day, or donít feel comfortable cycling:

There is actually another way you can support us. Weíve got a BNB Youth Team made up of our Youth Staff Members who are riding the Bike-A-Thon together to raise money this year. Our Youth Staff are the super cool teens who teach bike safety and mechanics in our Earn-A-Bike and Girls In Action programs. It would be awesome if you would consider making a donation to their team. Just click here to donate to the BNB Youth Team: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/team/835318/

We really need your help. BNB is a lean organization that relies on our grassroots donor base. One person at a time, we can change the lives of vulnerable individuals and impact communities by using the bicycle as a vehicle for social change. Please consider participating in our largest annual fundraiser. It is a great ride, very family-friendly, and a lot of fun.

Thanks so much for reading this and considering supporting a cause close to my heart!

If you have any questions at all, or just want more info, please contact Angela Phinney at 617-522-0222.
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