Local Cyclists Bring Non Profit Bike Shop to Northside

Ali Kendric

Ali Kendrick is a graduate of UAB, majoring in broadcasting in 2010. Mainly working as freelance, she took last year off to do The World Race, an 11-countries-in-11-months trip where she served with local organizations and ministries in each country. Back in the States now, she is involved with local community. She loves to write and enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and ultimate frisbee. To hear more about her World Race, you can visit her blog at alikendrick.theworldrace.org or to see what’s going on now, check out rufuskendrick.wordpress.com

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4 Responses

  1. Maxine Downing says:

    I cannot get enough of Redemptive’s great story! I almost hope they run out of room for their bikes!

    • aervin says:

      We think they’re pretty awesome too! Oh yeah, don’t forget about the grand opening this Saturday 12pm to 4pm.

  2. Brad Tucker says:

    Ive had the pleasure of meeting Marcus. I can’t say enough good stuff about this man. He will do you right whatever you may need. I wish him well in his new company and his faith.

  3. Truth says:

    “After a year of collecting bikes and parts, some donated by Bob’s Bikes in Homewood and Bici Cooperative in Highland Park,….”

    “Most other major cities have nonprofit bike co-ops,” he said. “We just thought to ourselves, ‘Why not Birmingham?’”

    Bici Bicycle Cooperative is a nonprofit bike co-op, in Birmingham. Has been since 2009.

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