The nonprofit Denver Santa Claus Shop is selling more than 100 brand new, three-speed cruiser bikes to help raise money to provide children with toys during the holidays. All the bikes came from a …
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The nonprofit Denver Santa Claus Shop is selling more than 100 brand new, three-speed cruiser bikes to help raise money to provide children with toys during the holidays.
All the bikes came from a donor who is liquidating its cruiser bike inventory, and proceeds from the sale will buy new toys for more than 10,000 local children in need, according to a news release.
The sale will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 in the parking lot south of Cube Smart Self Storage at 1090 W. Hampden Ave., Englewood.
Bikes are available for a minimum $100 donation to the Santa shop. Cash, credit or debit cards will be accepted at the sale. Each bike wholesales for about $350 and features 26-inch wheels, high-end Shimano gears, front and rear drum brakes and lights, solid tires and anti-rust paint. Because they were made for bike-sharing, these are sturdy, high-quality bikes.
Denver Santa Claus Shop is an 89-year-old, volunteer-run, nondenominational nonprofit whose mission is A Toy for Every Girl & Boy. The organization sets up a temporary toy store each December where qualified families can shop, choosing toys for their children ages newborn through 11 years old.
Learn more at denversantaclausshop.org.
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