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This Thursday is ArtCycle!

By | August 9, 2011

Bikes Without Borders brings to you ArtCycle 2011! We’re getting creative for a cause because together we can change the world, one bike at a time! We are requesting your support for a Silent Art Auction in Toronto August 11th a the London Tap House. Get your tickets at http://guestlistapp.com/events/61770 and RSVP at the Facebook [...]

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ArtCycle 2011 is Coming – Time to Submit Art!

By | July 11, 2011

Most of this post is from the Facebook Event Page for ArtCycle 2011 – a great silent art auction event being organized by the friendly people at Bikes without Borders. Don’t miss out on your ticket to some of the most talented bike-loving artists Toronto has to offer! Decorate your apartment, or office walls, and [...]

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What is Prohab and Who Are These Ladies in Helmets?

By | December 8, 2010

Vancouver based Prohab Helmet Society is a non-profit incorporation that donates helmets to the Vancouver area community. In British Columbia, where helmet use is mandatory, the Prohab Helmet Society is working with partners to provide helmets to those without. To raise funds for their 2011 campaign the Society has crafted a calendar featuring cycling beauties [...]

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John McEnroe, Rage Against the Machine and Hans Rey: Wheels4Life

By | August 7, 2010

About Wheels4Life:
Wheels4Life is a non-profit charity (501c(3)), that provides free bicycles for people in need of transportation in Third World countries. We partner with local individuals, organizations and other groups to help us identify persons who sincerely need a bike to be able to go to school or to work. Often [...]

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