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: or call 574-533-7425

Chamberlain 2nd graders

December 2, 2016 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Events, Featured by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

We look forward to seeing you here again! Thanks for visiting our bike shop!!chain-reaction-visit-1











More photos of the Chamberlain Elementary 2nd grade visitors to CRBikeShop

December 2, 2016 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Events by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey







Chamberlain Elementary School 2nd Grade Volunteers

December 2, 2016 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Events, Featured by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Thanks so much to the 2nd grade students who came to learn and to chain-reaction-1


chain-reaction-14volunteer at Chain Reaction Bike Shop!

CRBP is still a 501-c-3 Nonprofit org!

June 10, 2016 in Bulletin, Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Featured by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey


Despite the recent ruling by the State of Indiana’s Tax Board which decided that the Chain Reaction Bike Shop will have to pay property taxes to help support Indiana’s state budget, Chain Reaction Bicycle Project, Inc., and the Chain Reaction Bike Shop remain a federally approved 501-c-3 nonprofit charitable organization.

As a 501-c-3 nonprofit, all contributions made to Chain Reaction Bicycle Project or the Bike Shop are tax deductible as allowed by law.   In particular, donations given to this organization which are not in exchange for parts or services may be tax deductible as allowed by law.

Board member, Phil Mason, said, “…the recent denial (of the property tax exemption) sets a very high bar for anyone seeking an exemption, but what it also sets up is an unequal reality for those organizations that got their exemption before this tax court’s practices went into effect and those that did not. Using the tax court’s logic, what church would be able to maintain their property tax exemption? Doubt many of them would be able to prove they are doing something that relieves the government of spending money. The use of large hospitals as an example is interesting too. They are multi-million $$ entities not quite on the scale we are.

“We can fight (the decision) on principle but we will quickly burn through what we would be paying in taxes annually. Capitulation is unpleasant, but unless some deep pockets emerge that want to make our case an example, I am not sure we can mount much of a challenge.” PM
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