2013 Bike Giveaway a huge success!

Thank you to all the volunteers and everyone who came together to distribute bicycles to families over 3 days at the Salvation Army Toy Shop in Raleigh, NC. Here are some pictures of the giveaway! There is nothing like the joy of being able to bring home a shiny new bicycle for your child.  Families […]




Merry Mingle 2013

Thank you to everyone who came and supported the 4th Annual Merry Mingle.  Proudly (and jointly) hosted by the Triangle chapters of the AAF, AMA, TIMA, AIGA and Triangle UXPA  . It was a fun night of live music, appetizers, prizes and more and together raised enough money for 84 new shiny bicycles.  This year it was held in a new venue, Cobblestone […]



Kicking Off the Holidays Right!

THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support Triangle Spokes Group at the Lonerider Brewery’s Kick Off the Holidays party on Wednesday! We raised $3,000 – enough to purchase 42 bikes and helmets for kids in need this season! Big thank you to Chris Hendricks Band for providing live music for us too! Here […]


Tour de Fat another success!

  Thank you to each and every one of the 1,000 bike riders that came and Pedaled Joy through Durham for New Belgium’s Tour de Fat Costumed Bike Parade!  What a great morning for a bike ride and even better to top it off with a 3,000 friends for a festival in Diamond View Park […]


Rest in Peace, “Bicycle Man”

We have just heard the sad news that Moses Mathis of Fayetteville, NC, has passed away. For more than 20 years he collected used bicycles and fixed them up to give away at Christmas to children in need. He touched the lives of thousands of children and he was honored by President George W. Bush […]



Big Things Happening This Week!

Great things are happening for Triangle Spokes Group this week! We are thrilled to announce that the board of the Movement Foundation has awarded us a $2,500 grant to support our mission of giving new bikes and helmets to underprivileged children. This generous gift will purchase 35 brand-new bikes and helmets! Thank you to Angie […]