Chris Gibbany, an All Kids Bike national ambassador, is raising funds to place the Kindergarten PE Learn-To-Ride Program into schools in Searcy County, Arkansas. 100% of the funds donated to this page will support this program.
Chris is a lifelong lover of wheels and thrills, learning to ride a motorcycle before learning to drive and collecting Hot Wheels and mini motorcycles as a child. Chris says," I understand the importance of getting kids on two wheels at a young age. Being on two wheels gives you freedom you can't find anywhere else. Bicycles give the opportunity to take you amazing places."
Proving this point, Chris's Senior yearbook featured a photo of her as a very young child on a bicycle with the caption "Future Harley Rider. Not only did she go on to ride Harleys but she is involved in all aspects of designing and building vintage Panheads and Knuckleheads. Chris has been knee-deep in the car and motorcycle culture her entire life. Chris's goal is to educate, empower, and inspire people to live their best lives. She is currently building a 1937 Knucklehead "Redemption" to raise awareness of narcissistic abuse. She donates her time to many organizations in hopes of making the world a better place. She is also passionate about getting people outside; to be less dependent upon their digital devices and riding bicycles is a GREAT way to get more kids interested in the outdoors.
Every $10 teaches another child to ride a bike in school!
All Kids Bike® is a national movement to teach to every child in America how to ride a bike in Kindergarten PE class. The movement is led by the Strider Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and places Learn-To-Ride Programs into public schools for free, using tax-deductible donations from individuals, businesses, and organizations.