This exciting, challenging, and rewarding program is a new twist on Bicycle Team Building! This Bicycle Team Building event is unique, as it recognizes the sacrifices made by our active duty military personnel and their families. In an effort to thank our military for all they do for us, we take the opportunity to give back to them through providing their children with new bicycles!
This special version of our popular Bicycle Team Building event honors active duty members of the armed services. This program is appropriate for existing teams, cross-functional team, or a mixed group of individuals. Groups work through problems to collect the parts to build the bicycles. Their efforts are capped by the opportunity to meet and directly deliver the new bikes to the child and their uniformed parent. In an optional recognition, a Purple Heart Recipient will give a brief talk about his/her experience and name a charity to receive $1,000 in their name. This patriotic, energetic event has an emotional impact that will never be forgotten.
“Everyone LOVED the event. In fact, we asked them to rank what they liked best about the conference, and your event was #1!” – Lissa Salvatierra, Alma Lasers
“The workshop lead to an open exchange of thoughts and ideas on the team. The instructor was excellent.” – Dave Walsh, Weil McLain Construction
Who is this Bicycle Team Building Event For?
- Groups of 10 to 1000+
- Existing teams, cross-functional teams, or mixed group of individuals
- Anyone who wants to increase their Creative Thinking and Collaboration Skills
- A group that needs to broaden their support team
- Suitable for all activity levels
- Philanthropic Team Building
What Should We Expect From this Bike Build Event?
- Patriotic Enthusiasm! Thank our military members and their families for their sacrifice
- Fun, Fast Paced Excitement
- Interactive & Creative challenges that build Trust and Relationships
- Planning & Accountability
- Energetic, Challenging Problem Solving
- A Big Morale Boost for your team! They will never forget the happiness on those children’s faces.
- A chance to identify qualities and strengths in other team members
- The best team building event you’ve ever experienced!
Who Coordinates with the Charity for the Bicycles?
We do ALL the leg work for you, handling all the aspects of coordination with the charity organization. Our goal is to provide you with the best all around experience, and allow you to simply learn and enjoy the event, not worry about the details. Our highly qualified staff will coordinate a representative from the charity organization to arrive at the conclusion of the event, to speak briefly about the work they do and how the donation will benefit them. Your team will have the opportunity to speak with the representative, and the recipients of the donation, in some cases, following the event. This extra personal touch adds an emotional element to charity team building, by giving back to others in need.
Other Bicycle Team Building Options
If your team has a specific charitable direction or you are looking for something new and different, then we want you to have options. Because we want our clients to have many choices, here are two more Bicycle Team Building programs.
Bicycle Team Building is the event that started it all! In this version, the recipients are local children associated with various charity organizations, such as the YMCA or Boys and Girls Clubs. At the conclusion of this program, the children will personally come to collect the bicycles, allowing your team to meet the children who will receive the bikes. This fast, energetic event produces excitement and the warm feelings at the end that will be remember and talked about for years.
Cavalcade of Cycles is a truly unique charity event. In this version of Bicycle Team Building, your team will not only assemble the bicycles, but also to decorate them to best reflect the event theme, which can be connected to the conference, corporate goals, or seasonal. The bicycles will then be part of a parade for the children who will own them, all while the parade is ‘broadcast’ with colorful commentary