In 2012, DeMotte resident Jennifer Geiselman began repurposing donated bicycles, and her charitable work, Bikes for Kids, is beginning to catch the attention of her community.
Paul Jellema has found a way to save money on gas, car maintenance and medical costs — while improving the environment and his health.
Senior African American couple riding bicycles, focus on man
SCHERERVILLE | The saying that "looks can be deceiving" is true in the case of the segment of Pennsy Greenway Northwest Trail winding through Schererville.
Because of the high cost of gasoline, I heard a a few countries have unisex bicycles without the bar for men that run also on motors and batteries.
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