According to a recent article in the 3000 news, Dream Bikes of Madison, Wisconsin is trying to improve life for the children around the Allied Drive neighborhood in Madison. In working with the Madison Boys and Girls club, Dream Bikes hires local children to work in the shop. The children learn important work and life skills and often develop an interest in bicycling.

Dream bikes is a non-profit bike shop that is also opening a store in Milwaukee soon.

What a very kind thing for the shop to do and wonderful oportunity for children to work in a new setting. By working in a bike shop, the children will learn useful skills and also meet many new people that may provide other opportunities for them. Thank you Dream Bikes and keep up the good work!

For more on the store, please see: http://dream-bikes.org/

Posted by Attorney Clayton Griessmeyer-Wisconsin Bicycle Accident Lawyer

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