Fox Racing Shox and their German distributor Toxoholics raffled off a Fox Talas 32 fork at Eurobike tradeshow in Friedrichshafen, Germany; to raise money for Wheels 4 Life. Over 4 days they sold 660 raffle tickets at 1 Euro per ticket. Subsequently we raised Euro 660.- and created a lot of awareness for our cause.
At the end of the last day of the trade-show, Hans drew the winning ticket out of the box and gave away a bunch of sweet Fox swag to the crowd.
At this year’s Eurobike show a total of 1000 CamelBak bottles were sold, generating proceeds of 10.000 Euro in total. The amount was handed over to Hans Rey, mountain bike legend and founder of ‘Wheels 4 Life’.
“This was the biggest promotion for our charity so far. It was a great way to raise awareness and funds. With this donation we can buy at least 150 bicycles. I hope we can do similar promotions in the future. It was nice to see how much dedication and heart the Camelbak crew put into this promotion during Eurobike”, said Hans Rey. Wheels 4 Life is a non-profit organization that aims to provide people in third world countries with bikes as an important means of transportation to school or work.
Crankbrothers teams with Rey, donates profits to charity. LAGUNA BEACH, California
Crankbrothers announces the production of a special edition 5050 XX pedal designed by extreme biking legend and former Mountain Bike World Champion Hans Rey. Crankbrothers will donate all profits of the sale of the pedals to Wheels4Life.
Wheels4Life is a non-profit organization founded by Hans Rey, which provides bikes for people in Third-World countries in need of transportation to get to work or to school; including health care workers. Often these people live in very primitive and remote areas with no access or means to public transportation. In these cases, the gift of a bicycle can change a life.
Wheels4Life is staffed entirely by volunteers, including Rey himself. “This project has enormous potential,” says Rey. “There are endless people who could greatly benefit from owning a bicycle or from having access to one…where having a bike can make all the difference in the world. For us, bikes are usually luxury ...
Cory Leclerc’s new mountain bike film: Collectively Krankin up the Disorder (CKD) will premiere in the summer of 2006 at Whistler and Vancouver, Canada. Proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit Wheels 4 Life
CamelBak International intends to donate 1000 of its new ‘Better Bottle’ to ‘Wheels 4 Life’ at the upcoming Eurobike Show in Friedrichshafen.
CamelBak sells the new bottles at their Eurobike booth at a ?10.00 promotional price and donates the full proceeds to Wheels 4 Life. This non-profit organization aims to provide people in Third World Countries with bikes as an important means of transportation to school or work. “As an outdoor recreational brand, originating in the bicycle culture, we must remember that for millions of people a bicycle is an important asset, a means to a better future, not merely a recreational vehicle. Aside from the proceeds, we also hope to generate more interest and support for ‘Wheels 4 Life’ as an organization” states Julien Guardiola, International Events & Communications Manager at CamelBak.
Former Mountain Bike World Champion, Hans Rey, founder of Wheels 4 Life, sums it all up: “A bicycle can make all the difference in someone’s ...
Journey School Baking Sale in Aliso Viejo, CA. In December 2005 the kids of the Journey School in Aliso Viejo, California organized a baking sale. They raised almost $1,000 by selling home-made cookies.
Crank Bros. Inc will launch a special edition Wheels 4 Life pedal in September 2006. For each set of W4L pedals sold, Crank Bros. Inc. will donate $10 to Wheels 4 Life. This will be a great way to raise funds but also to raise awareness for our charity.
Journey School is a Waldorf-inspired charter elementary school located in Aliso Viejo. Situated adjacent to Aliso/Woods Canyon Regional Park, students often take to their bikes to explore some of the 5,000 acres of wilderness right next door.
On Friday, December 9th their 11:00 a.m. bicycle field trip will take on a whole new spin. The children will help former trials riding champion and world renowned extreme mountain biker Hans Rey, launch his new charity, Wheels 4 Life. The goal of this charity is to provide bicycles to people in third world countries so that they can elevate their standard of living. In this case, these Orange County children will hold an on-campus bake sale to raise enough money to send bikes to children in Mexico.
“For us a bike is like a fun toy, but for some kids it might mean they get to go to school,” says one Journey fourth grader who is looking forward to Hans ...