Fifty teams and 170 people on bikes collected 3,700 pounds of food and essential supplies at Cranksgiving 2023.
Check out our photo album of the costumes, faces, and good times.
They came. They cranked. And they gave.
Cranksgiving 2023 on Nov. 18 was a huge success. More than 170 people representing 50 teams collected 3,700 pounds of food and goods for three Seattle food banks. The costumes and smiles of participants were a joy to behold. Enjoy the photos below, and have a happy Thanksgiving, turkeys!
A big thanks goes to Seattle Bike Blog founder Tom Fucoloro, above right with Atiyeh from the Byrd Barr Place Food Bank, and Cascade's Maxwell Burton, below, for organizing Cranksgiving Seattle and ensuring all the riders had a fun time.
Watch the Fox 13 story about Cranksgiving if you want to learn more--and make your plans to participate next year. Meantime, you can support food banks all year long by volunteering to ride with our Pedaling Relief Project.
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