The All New Wacky Bike Ride

The Wacky Bike Ride is back and bigger than ever. The Wacky has grown a lot over the last five years and the original founders of the ride, siblings Susie and Ted Wargin, decided to turn over the Wacky to Project ReCycle this past February.

“We are very proud to be handing over the reins of the Wacky Bike Ride to Project ReCycle. Growing an event takes time and we both find we are having less and less of that these days. We want to see the Wacky grow and have the utmost confidence in AJ, Jeff, and all the great folks at Project ReCycle to make that happen,” said Susie Wargin.

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And So it Begins…

erlogoblackColorado Cycling season is kicking off with the Elephant Rock Ride on Sunday, June 5th. This scenic ride takes place in the quaint town of Castle Rock. Rather you’re an avid cyclist or just getting started, there is a ride for you. And if the whole family wants to come out and ride and spend the day together there’s a perfect 8 mile family-friendly ride.

If you want to ride for a good cause, come on out and pedal with Team Project ReCycle and help raise money for the non-profit. If you’d love to help out but don’t want to get on the saddle, Project ReCycle will have a tent and needs volunteers to give out info and educate the community about all the great things it does.

Cyclists loved the new century ride last year, so E-Rock will be offering it again this year.  And for those of you who want a challenging ride but are not up for 100 miles, there’s a 62 miler… for the in-betweeners there’s a 27 and 40 miler filled with green, rolling hills and beautiful wildflowers along the way.

After your ride, join the picnic and Rock party. Friends and family can come to this even if they don’t ride. So mark your calendar and come check out all the music, food, fun, and of course Project ReCycle’s tent.

Dream Bike Event

It’s a Saturday Spring morning.  Volunteers are showing up by the two’s and three’s.  Families and friends walk up. Mechanics are arriving.  People from Feedback Sports, 6202 Cycling Club, Trek, American Family Insurance and many other companies arrive… American Furniture Warehouse provided trucks to safely transport the hundreds of bikes directly to the schools. The bikes are laid out in rows. Read more

Team Tykes – What an inaugural Banner Year!

Early This year we put together a “Fun-Raising” cycling team, Team Tykes, to help create awareness and funds for Project ReCycle. Our “Core” team of 8 riders finished the year by raising over $13,000, creating great new relationships and awareness for Project ReCycle. Read more

Xperience Colorado New Titanium Level Sponsor

As we approach 2013, we are starting to accept sponsors at different levels. Corporate or organizational sponsorship is one of the key ways we are able to do so much for kids in need.
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Volunteers Needed on Saturdays

Help us Fix Donated Bikes in Englewood for Kids in Need

Volunteers Needed! If you haven’t heard, Project ReCycle now has a new donated beautiful facility in Engelwood. We have endearingly named it “The Kick Stand”. It is filled right now with bikes that have been donated that need a quick clean up, repair and tune up. We are racing the clock as we ready these bicycles for the holiday season. Can you imagine how many kids in need will smile when they receive one of these bikes? Read more

Construction Management Group Supports Project Recycle

Dunakilly, a Local Construction Management  Group in Colorado, is looking for support to help fill the  BOX!

This year during Saunders 40th anniversary Party, Dunakilly is asking our supporters and visitors to help Project Recycle with their Wish List.

Look at the items from the list below and come out on Wednesday October 24th to Skyline park on the 16th street mall between 11 am and 1pm to drop an item. Read more

Congratulations AJ, You’re an Everyday Hero!

This weekend was all about the Tony’s Ride but Monday was all about AJ.

In case you haven’t heard, Mitch Jelniker awarded our founder of Project ReCycle, AJ Stapleton with the Channel 7 Everyday Hero award.

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3T Ministry has so many blessings to share this month.

Dear Supporters,

We want to include you in our 3T Ministry celebrations!  This week we feel so blessed for all the attention 3T Ministry has received.


On Septemeber 4th AJ and 3T Ministry were asked to be showcased on My Favorite Non Profit radio station.  Please take a moment to learn more about 3T Ministry and how this great non-profit organization got its start.  Click link here to be redirected to youtube or feel free to join our Facebook Group and Twitter Updates for even more information.  AJ put out a request while on the air to have everyone send in their suggested name for the coat collection arm of 3T Ministry.   Please feel free to send us your suggestions as well.  Project Recycle is the name of 3T’s bike program, but the coat collection is still unamed. Read more

This week at 3T Ministry

Reflections:

At this moment you could reach out to neighbors and collect a bike that can help a
child stay active, travel to school a little easier and put a smile on their face.
Warm your heart by motivating your charitable spirit.
Charity should begin at home, but should not stay there. ~ Phillips Brooks.

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