To the world you might be one person, but to one person you might be the world.
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Sep 21, 2002-- Every year Americans buy 14 million new bicycles and discard 5 million old ones. When David Schweidenback was in a little town of Ecuador, he realized how much a bicycle meant to the locals there. Upon his return home, he fixed up 12 old bikes and sent 'em to Ecuador. Today, 11 years later, Pedals for Progress has sent over 58000 bikes to the poor all over the world! (431 reads)


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