May 17, 2017 Ride of Silence

May 4, 2017 in Community Rides, Events, Featured, Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

 

Posted by Lincoln Ave Cycling and Fitness on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Wednesday, May 17 at 7 PM – 8 PM

Hosted by Lincoln Avenue Cycling & Fitness in Goshen.

430 W Lincoln Ave, Goshen, Indiana 46526

Join the Ride of Silence 

The Ride of Silence is an annual event held worldwide to honor those injured or killed while cycling. Registration begins at 6 at Lincoln Ave Cycling, and the ride will begin promptly at 7. Helmets are required. For more info, please click on the following link: rideofsilence.org or call 574-533-7425

Openings for Additional Board Members

November 14, 2015 in Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

The Chain Reaction Bicycle Project, Inc. board of directors seeks additional volunteer board members. 

Join this group of Bicycling Enthusiasts in Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana!

Email info@crbp.org for more information.

Current Board Members:

Les Gustafson-Zook           Greg Imbur             Phil Mason              Michael Genau       Andrea Milne

Kathy Nofziger Yeakey, ex officio

11/14/2015

Volunteers Needed

April 2, 2015 in Featured, Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

As a volunteer organization we are always on the look-out for folks looking to make a difference in our community.  Contact us if you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities… you might even learn a thing or two about fixing bikes along the way!

Pedal Power Pride — Elkhart

September 19, 2014 in Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Pedal Power Pride Community Bike Shop

Pedal Power Pride (PPP) is a community bike shop located at 1320 Prairie Street, Elkhart, Indiana.

PPP was started in 2009 by Michael Wiebe-Johnson as a “free clinic” for bicycles. The hours of operation are flexible. Check the shop door for current times.

People in need of a bicycle can “earn” a bike by working in the bike shop for four to six hours depending on the value of the bike. Donated bikes are either fixed up and “sold” or are disassembled for parts and used to repair other bikes. Citizens can bring their bikes in for repair and utilize staff expertise or use the shop’s tools to perform their own repairs. Volunteers are needed to keep PPP going.

Back to School Bikes Ready!

July 24, 2014 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Featured, Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Back to School Bikes 2

What’s blue, yellow, silver, tan, turquoise, burgundy, red and white?

It’s our selection of Back-to-School Bikes!