Cranksgiving 8: Annual Charity Bike Ride & Donation

The 8th Annual Cranksgiving Philadelphia is back! Cranksgiving is a food drive scavenger hunt where cyclists & other participants race around the city to purchase food from various “checkpoints.” Folks can race their way through to compete for prizes, take a leisurely bike ride towards the finish line, or just join us at Tattooed Mom for the food drop-off & afterparty! All collected food will be sorted and donated to Philabundance!

If you are planning to come & donate without participating in the ride, check out this list of Philabundance’s Top Most Needed Items!

For cyclists:
Registration, Penn Treaty Park: 11am
Ride Start: 12pm
Finish, Tattooed Mom: 3pm
Awards & After Party: 4-5pmish

For folks who only wish to donate, drink, & party:
Collection: 1-4pm
Awards & After Party: 4-5pmish

What to Bring?
A bike, a helmet, a lock, a bag (or basket or rack or cargo bike or trailer or tandem-touring-tall-bike) to carry the food if you are participating in the ride, money to purchase food items, and a charitable attitude!

Sponsors Include:
Tattooed Mom
Pixel Parlor
Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations
Fairmount / Brewerytown Bicycles
Philadelphia Bike Expo

Trophy Bikes
Firth & Wilson Transport Cycles
Cycles PHL
La Colombe Coffee Roasters
Crust Bikes

CRANKSGIVING SPECIALS
Saturday, November 10th, 1-6pm
Half price tots  |  $2 turkey or veggie corn dogs  |  $2 PBR

Join the Facebook Event and invite all your pals!

Cranksgiving: A Holiday Bicycle Ride for Philabundance

The SIXTH ANNUAL Cranksgiving Philly is here! Our favorite charity bike ride is back, and with an fun afternoon of bike riding for folks of all levels.

Benefitting Philabundance, this event’s purpose is to collect food to help provide a Thanksgiving dinner to families that wouldn’t normally get one. Started in New York City in 1999, this ride involves collecting food at grocery store “checkpoints”. All of the food purchased by riders will then be donated to Philabundance, the region’s largest hunger relief organization.

Two ride formats! The first “classic flavor” involves riding to various grocery stores to purchase food items and rack up points. The second will be a slower-paced group ride, same mission, but more relaxed and non-competitive in nature. 

What to Bring? A bike, a helmet, a lock, a bag (or basket or rack or cargo bike) to carry the food, and at least $15-20 to purchase food items along the way. This is a charity event dedicated to helping feed the hungry so generosity is STRONGLY encouraged (and rewarded)!

Last year we had 145 participants collecting over 5100 pounds of food, so this year our goal is to….get a lot more riders and food than that! Everyone ends up here at TMoms for a fun afterparty among a mountain of donated food. Happy Cranksgiving y’all!