On December 1st, a Dillon team (Mike Glover, Aylen Mayor, Caleb Olfert, and Robert Taylor) volunteered at the 8th Annual Cycle of Giving, organized by The WRENCH. The WRENCH (Winnipeg Repair, Education, 'N' Cycling Hub) is a Winnipeg community non-profit bike shop that strives to create stronger, healthier communities by removing barriers to building, repairing and maintaining bicycles with a focus on educating youth.
The Cycle of Giving is a 24-hour kids bike-building marathon, where volunteers build and repair bikes, so local schools and youth services organizations can give bikes as Christmas gifts to kids in need. Our team volunteered for a five-hour shift on Saturday afternoon, completing five bikes. With volunteers working around the clock at over 15 repair stands, 481 bikes were completed. Dillon was also a repair stand sponsor.
Pictured from left to right are Mike Glover, Aylen Mayor, Robert Taylor and Caleb Olfert.