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Everybody Rides 2015

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Christmas Came Early to St. Louis this Year

St. Louis Variety Club and Project Mobility Brought the Joy of Cycling to Kids just in time for Christmas

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Riley Making a happy christmas

Another Amazing Christmas with Project Mobility

Special thanks to Riley, Tommy and everyone else who helped make this possible

The crew at Project Mobility along with Riley, Tommy, friends and family, traveled throughout the Chicago-land area surprising children with their very own adaptive bicycles during Riley’s 3rd Annual Christmas Adventure. Read More After the Jump..

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Soldier Ride Pheonix

Lance and Dane left the cold here in Chicago and rode in sunny Phoenix, AZ. Trading fall weather for a couple beautiful 100°+ days of riding. Day 1, breakfast at a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house to the ceremony at Uhaul Corporate headquarters. Day 2, a ride in the desert with several hundred community supporters. This trip always leaves us excited for next year.

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Soldier Ride Nashville

One of my favorite rides of the year, Nashville is a great town. Day one saw us riding down the Natchez Trace, such a beautiful place to ride. That night we were invited to Live on the Green for some great music. The Community Pledge Ride had an amazing turnout, and was another beautiful day to ride.

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Soldier Ride Seattle

Seattle was a great couple days of riding. The first day was a beautiful ride on Mercer Island, sun and hills being the theme of this day. The next day at the community ride things were a little bit more rainy. Despite the rain there was a great turn out, and can't wait for next year.

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Soldier Ride Chicago Was a Blast!

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We are thrilled to announce a very generous donation from the Community Foundation of the Fox River Valley. They have awarded Project Mobility a grant in the amount of $10,000 to purchase four new adaptive bicycles. These adaptive bicycles will allow us to serve more children throughout the Fox Valley and surrounding communities.

Riley makes this another Christmas to remember

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NCPAD profiles Hal Honeyman, owner of the Bike Rack and creator of Creative Mobility and Project Mobility.
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Photographed by Tamara Reynolds | Story by Gary Sledge

Reader's Digest Visits Riley and Project Mobility

“Bike For Bikes”

The Ride is over, but you can still help. Follow the link for the story, pictures, and your chance to help a very special Santa.

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Adaptive Sports at North Avenue Beach

Getting our daily recommended physical activity (60 minutes/day for youth, 30 minutes/day for adults) is important – it’s important whether we live in the city, in the suburbs, or in a rural setting. It’s important whether we run fast or slow, whether we’re big, tall, short or small. And it’s important if we are able bodied or if we have a disability....[Read More]

Hal, Dane and I had the privilege of supporting Soldier Ride Nashville. This year’s ride took us to Fort Campbell and to the area in and around Franklin Tennessee. Some of the best biking I’ve ever done is on the rolling hills in rural Franklin. It didn’t hurt that this year the skies were bluebird perfect and the temperatures warm, giving me one last opportunity to ride in shorts and short sleeves....[Read More]

They came from all corners of the U.S., missing limbs, bearing deep scars that damaged muscles and tendons, with traumatic brain injury. Some were young single men and women. Some were newly married with young children. One guest rider, a retired soldier ...[Read More]

Creative Mobility and WheelPlay Ride in Milwaukee

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