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180 riders hauled an astounding 3,308 pounds of donations during Cranksgiving 2022

Timelapse from Saturday's #cranksgivingSEA pic.twitter.com/BvibRuI9K2 — Gary A. Fujioka, Sr. (@garyfujiokasr) November 21, 2022 Seattle’s 13th Annual Cranksgiving was one for the record books. The food drive bike ride’s 199 participants (180 riders and 19 volunteers) bought and hauled 3,308 … Continue reading

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Save the date: A next-level Cranksgiving 2022 is November 19

It’s been three years since the last proper Cranksgiving. Thanks to everyone who participated in our dramatically scaled-back pandemic versions in 2020 and 2021. But I think it’s time to get together again and do it right. Or better yet, … Continue reading

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Cascade makes the Pedaling Relief Project permanent

The Seattle Pedaling Relief Project (“SPRP”) started in the spring of 2020 as a way to help food banks deal with the sudden influx of people who needed to access their services at a time when COVID restrictions made it … Continue reading

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Watch: ‘This is no longer a Disaster Relief Trials, this is disaster relief’

Maxwell Burton and Michael Lang had started organizing the 2020 Disaster Relief Trials, a cargo-hauling bike competition, when the COVID-19 outbreak hit. As soon as schools closed down in the spring, Lang and Burton realized their mission had just changed. … Continue reading

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Use your bike to help your community by joining the Pedaling Relief Project

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, people have been working to find ways to use their bikes to help meet community needs. Mike Lang and Maxwell Burton have been organizing people with bikes to help transport food from food … Continue reading

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