Wheel and Sprocket was one of the first to sponsor TriWI because Chris Kegel saw the benefit of supporting local groups in an age where you can get anything from the internet.
Ink to the People and Amelia Kegel from Wheel and Sprocket partnered up to launch a fundraising campaign for her father; Chris Kegel Foundation. They have teamed up to create an inspiring shirt to not only raise funds for this foundation, but to commemorate the tireless work that Mr. Kegel did in our communities here in Wisconsin as well as throughout the United States.
The foundations focus will be to continue Chris' commitment to improving lives by providing greater access to cycling and supporting the community through enhanced infrastructure, ride support, and opportunities to introduce more people to the joys of cycling.
The online campaign can be found here: http://inktothepeople.com/kegelstrong
Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/InktothePeople/posts/1130743743679044
We would love your support in sharing and promoting this fundraiser as well as re-posting either our Facebook post or Wheel and Sprockets Facebook post via your Social channels and Facebook pages.
Please reach out to Eric directly (below) if you'd like any further information regarding Ink to the People or these fundraising efforts, or to Ashton Chase for the Chris Kegel Foundation
Link to the People: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Kegel Foundation: email@example.com