Singing River Trail is raising money for bike fixing stations along North Alabama trailheads

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MOORESVILLE– Singing River Trail (SRT) is steering its focus toward smoother rides for cyclists in North Alabama. This Giving Tuesday, being held on November 28, 2023, SRT is urging the community to come together in support of installing two bike fixing stations at the Decatur/Rhodes Ferry and Huntsville/Ditto Landing trails.

Giving Tuesday, a worldwide day of charitable giving, encourages philanthropy and celebrates generosity around the world. Through its 2023 Giving Tuesday campaign, SRT hopes to create new and improved transportation opportunities in Decatur and Huntsville.

“When you support the installation of these stations along our trails, you are helping more than just cyclists. We are creating an inclusive environment for the whole community,” said John Kvach, Singing River Trail Executive Director. “This is just the beginning in delivering diverse transportation access to families, commuters, and visitors.”

The bike fixing stations will serve as hubs where cyclists can conveniently make minor repairs to their bikes. By providing free public access to these stations, cyclists can enjoy safer rides along the Singing River Trail.

Individuals can contribute to this initiative by participating in SRT’s Giving Tuesday campaign and donating funds to either trailhead.

SRT is matching donations up to $1,000 per bike fixing station through November 28, 2023. To donate, visit the Giving Tuesday campaign.

About Singing River Trail: Established in 2018, Singing River Trail is a 200+ mile greenway system that strengthens regional bonds and creates new health and wellness, educational, economic, tourism, and entrepreneurial opportunities for the people and communities in the Tennessee Valley region.

Media Release/Kelly Richard/Singing River Trail

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