Busy Day with College Students

March 23, 2014 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop, Events, Featured by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Chain Reaction Bike Shop bicycle tune-up party

Yummy food for breaks during the spring bicycle tune-up open house

Over forty Goshen College students made their way up to Chain Reaction on Saturday to tune up their bikes. Thanks Chain Reaction for all that you do! — Gwen G-Z

That was a lot of fun on Saturday! Thanks to

everyone that came to the shop! — Steve R

It was a wonderfully busy Saturday afternoon at the Chain Reaction Bike Shop

on March 22 with Goshen College students getting their bicycles cleaned up

and ready to ride for the new biking season.

Thanks much to Gwen G-Z for helping to host the party! 

And many thanks to Les G-Z, Steve R, Phil M, and Aaron Y

for volunteering, wrenching, and helping to manage the shop.


Seeking Board Members

January 25, 2014 in Chain Reaction Bike Shop 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


CIBA Foundation Grant Awarded

December 18, 2013 in Uncategorized by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Thanks to the CIBA Foundation of Indianapolis for their Ongoing Support

of Chain Reaction Bicycle Project and its mission and work  to promote bicycling and

bicycle transportation in the local Goshen, Indiana, area.

December Calendar

December 3, 2013 in Bulletin, Events by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

The Chain Reaction Bike Shop

will be Closed

on Christmas Day and New Years Day,

and probably also the weekend in between.

May your Holidays be Warm and Delightful!


Another Happy Customer

October 14, 2013 in Bulletin by Kathy Nofziger Yeakey

Thank you nice people of Chain Reaction of Goshen

Here is the before-and-after you made possible with a great bike that was born…came off the line…exactly 50 years ago this month and ended up at your place this spring. My Schwinn Deluxe American. With just a little paint and soap, I have the bike I would have loved at the age of nine!  And at fifty-nine, now, I do.  Notice the 4 decades-old Goshen bike license.

 Laura Coyne




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