Tis the season (almost) for holiday rides and Cranksgiving NYC is still going strong after 16 years of rides benefiting a number of non-profits. The specifics for the ride and event are as follows: REGISTRATION – Saturday, November 22nd 12:30pm – 2pm 2:00PM – START – SOLAR ONE · 23rd St & the East River […]
Cranksgiving is coming back to Philadelphia for the third year on Sunday November 24th, with all proceeds going to Philabundance. FInd out more about the event at www.cranksgivingphilly.com/2013. Read more about the evolution of Cranksgiving in our feature story from earlier this year in Urban Velo #35, From Cranks To Food Banks.
Thanksgiving is coming, and Cranksgiving races across the country are here to help provide food to less fortunate, and a good time for riders everywhere. Sunday November 18th brings the benefit event to Philadelphia, all for the sake of Philabundance, the areas largest food bank.
It’s that time of year for Cranksgiving, and the Miami edition of this long running and nationwide alleycat theme of gathering food for the local food pantry takes place on Saturday November 17th. Bring $10 for food donations along the route, your bike and your lock.
There are lots of events this time of year centered around racing all over picking up food items for donation to local Food Banks or shelters. For 2011 Philadelphia adds itself to the list with the ever more popular Cranksgiving name. Cranksgiving Philadelphia is happening on November 20th starting at noon. See some of the […]
November 20th is a popular date for food drive style alleycats—add Cranksgiving Miami to the 2010 list.
Twelve years later and always the original, Cranksgiving 12 is happening in NYC on November 20th this year.
The successful Chambana Cranksgiving event is coming up on November 14th in Champaign IL, looking to eclipse the 613 pounds of food they donated to their local foodbank last year.
Cranksgiving is a succesful event theme around the country—riding around, collecting food, donating it to local food bank. This one is in Mason City IA on Sunday November 7th, with more info at blog.nibu.info