RADshare. 100% stoked.
We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed so far in helping us get helmets, bikes, locks and most importantly, smiles to the kids!
A random weekend session at Richmond BMX where we met up with Masumi Hyodo of Hooligans BMX Racing team, to give out some bike locks, bike lights, helmets and even a couple complete bikes for locals Geo and Matorian!
Reflective die cut stickers, new helmets and a lot of cool support from the BMX community. Thanks to Shadow Conspiracy, RADshare supporter Trey Jones and Rob Tibbs at Cut and Bleed!
RADshare is a grassroots effort to help get kids get stoked on BMX and relies heavily on community support (which has been amazing so far) to operate. If you’d like to contribute, hit the DONATE button. 100% Stoked.
Be sure to keep up to date with what’s happening on RADshare’s Instagram!
Big thanks to Trey Jones and Subrosa for donating bike locks to give to kids at RADshare.
If you saw the craziness at the most recent FBM DIY World Championships in Richmond VA then you also saw a bunch of kids ripping it up with the big dogs. That’s because RADshare built a ‘kids ramp’ section for riders of all ages to have fun on!
In some ways, building ramps is the very definition of The Arts of Fun!
One of our first public outings with RADshare was to the Richmond BMX track, where Gary Craig and handfull of volunteers, including our friends at Hooligan Racing, get people stoked on bikes every weekend.
Our friends at Hooligan BMX (Richmond Va. based race team) offered to raffle off a limited edition Stranger Things Mongoose to raise money for RADshare at the Duel of the Decades race at Richmond BMX.