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Ride for Reading Week 2013!

21 April 2013 3 Comments



Confirmed Delivery Locations for 2013!

1. Nashville, TN

2. Denver, CO

3.  Boulder, CO
4. Las Vegas, NV
5. Fort Collins, CO  
6. Fairview, TN  
7.  Philadelphia, PA  
8.  Rancho Cordova, CA 
9. Minneapolis, Minnesota
10. Cincinnati, OH
11. Irvine, CA
12. Grand Rapids, MI
13. Knoxville, TN  
14. Tuscon, AZ
15. Collinsville, IL
16.  Atlanta, GA 
17.  Flagstaff, AZ 
18.  College Park, MD
19. Phoenix, AZ
20. Tempe, AZ

Bring our mission to your city!

We are back for our second annual national Ride for Reading week!  In 2012 we had 11 cities sign-up to host their own Ride for Reading book delivery via bicycle.  Like last year, we are looking for cyclists around the country (ideally world) who would like to make a difference in the lives on low-income children through cycling in their cities!

However, the process is as easy as…

 1. Choose and coordinate with a low-income area school
2. Collect books
3. Sort the books
4. Organize volunteer cyclists.
5 Deliver the books to children via bicycle.
 We are excited to be partnering with so many amazing volunteers and companies this year for Ride for Reading Week.  Please stay tuned for delivery updates, pictures, and videos

Some of our partners for Ride for Reading Week 2013

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  • Bikeleague.org Blog » Blog Archive » Where the Ride Takes Us: Providing Books to Low-Income Kids said:

    [...] order to help more children, we began a national push called Ride for Reading Week in May. During this week, RfR volunteers and partners across the nation host their own book [...]

  • Cristy Smith said:

    How do I find who is organizing the Atlanta ride?

  • Mathew (author) said:

    I will send the info to your email address. Sorry for the late response we have been preparing for RfR Week!

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