Paul Tolmé from Cascade and I were on Q13’s Studio 13 Live show this morning. I just love talking about Cranksgiving. It such a positive day, and all you make it that way one bike bag full of food at a time.
Cranksgiving is Saturday, and all the details are coming together nicely. For the second year, Cascade Bicycle Club’s Pedaling Relief Project has been doing a lot of work to not only make the event more fun and dynamic for riders, but also more helpful for our food bank partners. I am just so happy with how this partnership is going, and I can’t wait for you all join us Saturday (more details in our previous post).
I had a great time at Cascade’s office last Thursday getting help from people from various wings of the organization pitching in to help make spoke cards or create signage for Cranksgiving. It remains a very low-budget event, and all the handmade signs and details just add to that feel.
Speaking of Cascade office, I will also be there tonight (Nov 14) to be on a panel after their screening of The Street Project.