Wheels4Life Gift Certificates Available Now!

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Give something special and meaningful this Christmas

Wheels4Life Gift Certificates are a great way to make a contribution on behalf of friends or loved ones. We now offer 2 different gift certificates which can be ordered by mail or via our web site.

$150.- certificate, that will buy one person a bicycle
a generic certificate without a specified amount, that reads: “a donation to W4L has been made on your behalf” (we asked for a minimum donation of US$ 10.-)
Both certificates include a blank To/From box, where you can fill in your name and the name of the recipient:

You can buy a gift certificate using the PayPal form on the Wheels4Life website with your Credit Card or PayPal.

Once you’ve made your donation please send us an email and we will mail out the gift certificates. Please be sure to inlude your full mailing address in the e-mail.

Info here: http://wheels4life.org/news/2009/nov/26/gift-certificates-available-now/

Website: http://wheels4life.org/

About Wheels4Life:
For us bicycles are recreational equipment, but for some people a bicycle can mean survival.

A bicycle can make all the difference in a persons life. It can be the difference between having a job or not, going to school or not, seeing a doctor or not…

Wheels4Life is a non-profit organization that provides bikes for people in developing countries in need of transportation to get to work or to school, including health care workers. Wheels4life was founded by extreme biking legend and former Mountain Bike World Champion Hans Rey [hansrey.com].

Hans has been a professional athlete for 20 years, he still travels the world promoting biking and riding the unridable. He has been competing and demonstrating his talents in 60 countries, in recent years he been filming documentaries with his ‘Hans Rey Adventure Team’, combining his extreme biking skills with different cultures, always in search of something historical or mysterious.

Wheels4Life is Hans’s way of giving something back to the people he has met on his journeys; Hans remains grateful for the opportunities and career he had through the sport.

source: Hans Rey

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About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato has been the Site Manager of Mtbr.com for over 12 years and enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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