There are 113 bikes being built for elementary school students in Northern Colorado. Needless to say, volunteers are MUCH needed to get those bikes into the right little hands.

CAN'd Aid is teaming up with the upcoming Whole Foods Market in Longmont to give back to the community with a massive bike build initiative, where bikes will be be built for and passed out to the entire first and second grade classes of Northridge Elementary School.

Volunteers don't need any previous bike building experience as they'll be asked to hand out bikes, adjust seats, fit helmets, and help with overall logistics on Saturday, December 10 from 9:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Set up is 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., which you can also sign up for.)

Food, brews, and coffee will be provided to volunteers by Whole Foods, Oskar Blues Brewery, and Hotbox Roasters.

If you're interested in signing up for set up and/or passing out bikes, go here

According to the foundation's website, CAN'd Aid is dedicated to "diggin' in and makin' a difference where we CAN. We focus our 'do-goodery' efforts on supporting Towns, Tunes, Treads + Trails and Love Yur Mama programs." Learn more about CAN'd Aid here.

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