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Our mentor program is designed to give youth in need a safe place to learn how to become better young adults.  We do this by having a team of incredible mentors who truly care about each individual as a person.

We meet once a week to ride together, learn some life lessons, have a meal, and work on what each individual needs to be a better person.

If you are looking to help, we accept monetary donations, in-kind donations, and are always in need of volunteers.  Please reach out and let us know how you would like to help.

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Meet the Board




An Ohio native, Mike is an avid cyclist, musician, and educator.  He spends his days running two bicycle shops while also working with local charitable organizations to promote education, fitness, mental well-being, and positivity in the community. 

Before opening his bicycle shops, Michael received his Bachelor and Master of Music Education degrees from Wright State University in Dayton, OH.  He taught in public schools for over 15 years, managed several successful businesses, and has extensive experience as a public speaker, guest clinician, and serves as an “At-Large” board member for multiple charitable organizations.



Vice President

Josh Welhener has been working with at-risk youth for over 20 years. He has served in a variety of roles with many organizations and agencies to help expand resources available to youth that need both physical and material support as well as emotional support and guidance through mentoring. Josh has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Affairs, with an emphasis in Community Development, a Master’s Degree in Special Education, with an emphasis in Autism, and is a Certified Non-Profit Professional through the Non-Profit Leadership Alliance.




Alan lights up the room and has 14 years experience in sales and marketing.  He specializes in relationship building and interpersonal skills.  He has personally benefited from being mentored in his younger years and is ready to invest in the next generation of American youth.  Alan is also heavily involved in the youth BMX community.




In the last 11 years, Rebecca developed unique expertise in relief work and operations throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe. Her passion as a first responder and trauma counsellor is to help high-risk youths and adults. She’s experienced in targeted research and logistics, team building, and leadership.

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