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Ride For A Good Cause At Handlebars For The Homeless This Weekend

Handlebars for the Homeless is a 16-mile guided bike tour of Detroit hosted by the Neighborhood Service Organization on August 16th. The NSO has been serving the community since 1955, and you can support their work by coming out to this event and cycling for a cause. Its an opportunity to do good, get a new perspective on the city, and learn about what the NSO has been up to. “More than 16,000 men and women are estimated to be homeless in Detroit,” said NSO President and CEO Sheilah P. Clay. “...

The Top 5 Bike And Trail Projects In Detroit You Should Know About

The weather is finally getting warmer, and dreams of having fun on the bikes and trails this season are soon starting to become reality. Detroit is getting better for bikes and trails every day. As the Executive Director of the Detroit Greenways Coalition, I thought I’d take the time to share with you a few important bike and trail projects. Let’s start by saying it’s not easy picking only five … and that speaks well about all that is happening to make the city of Detroit a better place for biki...

Meet Southwest Rides: A Neighborhood Bike Shop With a Community Mission

Sometimes businesses in Detroit come from other places. Some are grown in start-up incubators, some pop up spontaneously, and others grow organically and fill a need in the community. Southwest Rides, which opened on June 19, fills the need for a bike shop in Southwest Detroit. Six years ago Urban Neighborhood Initiatives (UNI) connected a young person who wanted to learn about bikes with a community member who volunteered to teach the skills. The program grew into a six week earn-a-bike progr...

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