The bikes are mostly donated, but Turcotte does buy a few. He has a repair service and sets up the repaired bicycles for adoption. The money made goes right back into the program.
“I also do painting and fundraisers two times a month at the Strike Zone and sell commission pieces of art. All goes into the company,” Turcotte said. The company is set up as a 501c3 non-profit organization.
“Can’t believe the magic that Dan performed on my son’s bike. It was beaten up, rusted and unloved. Dan got a hold of it, and now it looks brand new and beautiful. It will definitely be loved again. Thank you so much Dan,” Kelly Beckert wrote.
“Dan takes worthless bikes and transforms them into transportation for the needy! It is awesome,” Millie Del Grosso wrote.
“My girlfriend and I are trying [to start] over, and we’re struggling without transportation. I had posted a few bike frames that needed fixing and Dan came and picked them up, and traded us for nice working bicycles! This is a wonderful organization, and he’s a great guy that genuinely wants to help,” Michelle Jones-Wetzstein wrote.
If you would like to participate in the program or have a bicycle to donate, you can reach Dan Turcotte at 772-205-9751
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