Non-profit organization with independent 501(c)(3) status

Walk 'n Rollers

To empower school age children to safely and responsibly walk, bike, skate and scoot to and from school and beyond more often. Through education and encouragement we aim to improve the health of students while fighting global warming through a reduction of congestion and pollution at school sites.


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    Lincoln Heights Teen Mobility Center

    The Lincoln Heights Teen Mobility Center is a teen-based bicycle co-op focused on providing training and activities to teens and free transportation options to low income residents by acquiring used bikes for repair and redistribution through an Adopt-a-Bike program. Middle and High school students will learn how to resource bikes, repair and donate or sell the refurbished bikes and parts to the community. It will also provide an opportunity to improve community safety through bike safety education, group rides and a community resource center.