Rideaway Adventures Donates Bikes to Cape Abilities Thrift Shop

Two local organizations working together to make a difference...
Rideaway Adventures donates 18 bikes to CapeAbilities Thrift Store

West Yarmouth - RideAway Adventures recently donated 18 lightly used bikes to the Cape Abilities Thrift Store in West Yarmouth MA. The Cape Abilities Thrift store specializes in the resale of donated items and the bikes will be a great addition to their already fantastic selection of local art and home décor. The money that is raised by this donation will help to benefit Cape Abilities non profit efforts.

RideAway Adventures has been in business on the Cape for ten years operating out of Mashpee and Sandwich. They began doing bike rentals this past summer in addition to their other adventure activities of kayaking and paddle boarding. Cape Abilities is a disability services agency that has a long and distinguished history as a 501 (c) (3) Massachusetts nonprofit organization that provides jobs, homes and other services and supports for people with disabilities across Cape Cod. The mission of Cape Abilities is to serve individuals with disabilities by educating, counseling, providing residential, social, therapeutic and employment supports so as to empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in society. RideAway Adventures works with a variety of non profit organizations and prides itself on philanthropic efforts and once their season ended saw the opportunity to donate these bikes to assist CapeAbilities in their fundraising efforts.

RideAway Adventures highlights the beauty and mystique of Cape Cod offering unmatched customer service while focusing on safety, education, and conservation. RideAway Adventures offers kayak, paddle board, and bike rentals, tours, and camps. Most importantly they offer the opportunity to see Cape Cod from a local's perspective and provide the knowledge to protect it.


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