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Double Your Holiday Cheer and “GoGo” with Can’d Aid’s Give One Get One Program

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For children, nothing quite says the holidays like a new bike! Hold on, I’m remembering my new Webco under the tree one year…man, that’s still a magical moment. Well, this holiday season, you can give the gift of a new bike too, by participating in the nationally recognized nonprofit, Can’d Aid’s “Give One, Get One” campaign.

Can'd Aid GoGo Bike all the bikes

The GoGo Campaign

This campaign marks the celebration of their 10th year anniversary and 10,000 bikes donated. For every GoGo purchase of a Can’d Aid 20″ bike, another bike is donated to a child in need.

We believe the best holiday gifts are those that encourage healthy habits and give back to the community,” said Can’d Aid Founder and Executive Director Diana Ralston. “Our GoGo program is a celebration of 10 years of giving and ten thousand bikes given away, and we hope it will be a great way for your family to celebrate the holidays in the true spirit of the season“.

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Photo c. Can’d Aid

If you have a first or second-grader on the holiday list this year, the Can’d Aid Bike could be the perfect gift for that lil’ tike. The bike is said to be designed to keep your “kid-sized shredder” active and outside while supporting a child who doesn’t have access to resources like a new bike to keep active.

The fact is, regular physical activity, like bike riding, keeps kids healthy and supports confidence, emotional health, and well-being.

Through Can’d Aid’s Treads and Trails program, the organization has built and donated more than 10,000 bicycles to children across the US. Collaborating with REEB Cycles, at bike donation events, kids get to watch a demonstration by professional cyclists, like REEB Cycles rider Jeff Lenosky.

Lenoski is a world-class freeride, and trials mountain bike rider who’s also a longtime Treads and Trails ambassador. “Lenosky stokes kids’ enthusiasm for bike riding with a demonstration of safety, pro bike tricks, and a glimpse into what’s possible on wheels”.

The Can’d Aid Bike Features

Can'd Aid GoGo Bike full side
The bike!

The geometry on the Can’d Aid bike is said to be designed “to get learners riding bikes fast”. It comes in Can’d Aid’s signature red, and is both tough and stylish, with BMX-styled tires that are designed to do well on pavement and dirt. The seat and handlebars are fully adjustable for both height and angle, perfect for beginners.

Cost: $225

  • Recommended Age: 7 – 13
  • Recommended Height: 4’5″ – 5’0″
  • Max Rider Weight: 105lbs.
  • Recommended Inseam: 19″ – 25″
  • Product Weight: 28lbs.
  • Tig-welded steel frame
  • Hi-Tensile Steel Fork
  • Coaster brakes (just pedal backward to stop)
  • 20″ knobby BMX tires
  • Adjustable seat post with quick-release
  • Adjustable handlebar
  • Deluxe padded saddle
  • Soft rubber grips

This holiday season, when you purchase one of these special bikes, you’ll receive one for your needs, and simultaneously Can’d Aid will be donating one to a child in need.

How to Participate

It’s simple, just click here to get your Can’d Aid bike in time for the holidays. Remember every bike purchased will donate a bike to an underserved child in need. Let’s do this!


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