Meet Juniper, a vibrant 3-year-old girl from Salem, Oregon who faces the daily challenges of pediatric epilepsy, including seizures. Despite the obstacles she faces, Juniper has discovered a passion for riding an adaptive tricycle during physical treatment. Unfortunately, these specialized tricycles can cost up to $4000 and are not covered by insurance.

Determined to help Juniper, her parents entered her into the Great Bike Giveaway Contest, which awards two adaptive tricycles to lucky children. To win, participants must either raise enough money for their cause or secure the most votes from their loved ones.

Inspired by Juniper's story, the Bicycle Thieves Project was moved to take action. We immediately took to our social media platform, sharing her story far and wide. We contacted our closest friends and family, urging them to spread the word and join us in supporting Juniper’s cause. After just a few days, Juniper had received enough public donations to secure her very own adaptive tricycle from the contest!

We were thrilled to hear that Juniper's parents would no longer have to spend thousands of dollars for her to enjoy her beloved tricycle. At the Bicycle Thieves Project's core, we believe that every child deserves a chance to experience the joys of riding a bike, and we will continue to explore opportunities beyond selling our clothing to make this mission a reality.