Welcome Fall!

  We had a very busy summer! See where the  Project Mobility Crew has been!

A message from the Founder of Project Mobility - Hal Honeyman

"This weekend (June 12th, 2016) I had the pleasure and privilege of riding with...er, well behind...this group of amazing Warriors at Wounded Warrior Project's Trek 100 Challenge Ride. 27 Warriors from around the US and Puerto Rico came to Madison for 3 days of riding some of the best cycling roads the Midwest has to offer. Thursday's route started at the Honeyman cottage on Lake Wisconsin and took in my favorite 25 mile route around the Poynette area. On Friday we got a tour of the Trek factory and rode with some of the Trek employees in the Waterloo area (and ran into Jens Voigt in the hallway at Trek where he graciously took the time to pose for pictures and answer questions). On Saturday we scoffed heat (97 degrees on my bike computer) and a finishing headwind to join 2700 other cyclists at the Trek 100 to raise money for the MACC Fund. 

Most of Project Mobility's work with Wounded Warrior Project is done at the beginning level of the warrior's recovery from obvious and hidden wounds from their service to our country. Many of the Warriors that I rode with (behind) this weekend were at that beginning stage when I first met them.To be able to work closely with the men and women who have come such a long way in their recovery is a rewarding and humbling experience. It reminds us that what we do IS helping. It reinforces the awesome power that cycling had to change a person's life.


By donating y ou can be a part of the reason we put more smiles on the faces of some very amazing  and 
deserving people
Bikes for those who have a disability go beyond mere transportation, or even health building recreation for those whose health is often fragile. These specialized bikes create a sense of freedom for those who have a disability. Bikes restore a sense of possibility and ability to those whom are often told by society that their life is about limitations and disability. Project Mobility’s mission is to provide adaptive bikes and cycling opportunities to improve the quality of life for children, adults and wounded soldiers with emotional and physical challenges. The average adaptive bike costs $4,000. Most families can’t afford these bikes but you can help…. Donations help make it possible for Project Mobility to surprise individuals with their own adaptive bike. 

Project Mobility is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible

Our First Annual Golf Outing
Everybody Golfs  was a huge success! We are so thankful for all our generous sponsors, donors and golfers. 

Thanks to all of you who made this event a huge success!  
Click the Image Above to View Everybody Golfs 2016 Video
Click the Collage Above to View Everybody Golfs 2016 Photo Album
Meet Matthew, Bekah and Riley!
  Thank you to  Freedom Concepts  for donating a bike to our Adaptive Bike Giveaway Winner, Matthew! We are proud to announce that Project Mobility (thanks to everyone that sponsored, donated and/or attended) was able to match two adaptive bikes to give to Bekah and Riley!
We have been to 23 states this summer! 

Project Mobility has worked a record number of events and served thousands of people in the last few months. We have done adaptive cycling events all across the United States in Milwaukee, Madison, Oklahoma City, Nashville, Dallas, Boston, Utah, St. Louis, Kansas, Virginia Beach, Key West, San Diego, Sacramento, Houston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Seattle, New York, Pittsburgh, Colorado Springs, Alabama, Indiana, Ohio, Jacksonville, Tampa, Phoenix, North Carolina, Atlanta, San Antonio and Washington DC! Whew that was a lot!! After a few thousand miles on the van/trailer and a bunch of airline miles later we are happy to have been apart  of it all!
Big thanks to all the Project Mobility and Bike Rack staff that have worked so hard to make this another successful adaptive cycling season!
  Below are some images of a few of the places we have been this summer!
Camp Independence 2016
Birmingham Soldier Ride 2016
Chicago Soldier Ride 2016
Utah Soldier Ride 2016
Our Fourth Annual Bike Ride,  Everybody Rides,  was our largest and most successful ride yet! We almost tripled the number of riders from last year and raised enough money to surprise ALL our wounded veterans with their own adaptive bikes!

We are beyond grateful for all our generous sponsors, donors and riders!!!   You all made this event possible!  THANK YOU!!
Click the Collage Above to View   Everybody Rides 2016 Photo Album
*Event video and additional photos  coming soon! 

Meet Kyle, Kevin and Linda!
  Thank you to  Invacare  for donating a Force 3 Hand Cycle to our Adaptive Bike Giveaway for Everybody Rides! We are proud to announce that Project Mobility (thanks to everyone that sponsored, donated and/or attended) was able to raise enough to give the freedom of mobility to all three
wounded veterans!
Date: Saturday, November 12, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: The Chilled Palette
500 S. Third Street, #117, Geneva, IL 60134
Cost: $50 *Includes wine tasting, hors d'oeuvres & painting - drinks during painting are additional

Project Mobility is holding our first annual Girls Night Out benefit at The Chilled Palette in Downtown Geneva on Saturday, November 12th, 2016. The evening will start with a wine tasting of a variety of whites and reds along with hors d'oeuvres. We will then move into the  paint and sip  portion of the night! You will then be instructed with step-by-step directions to create your own masterpiece! There will be wine and beer available for purchase. Wine is available by the glass or the bottle.

Sponsor, donate or attend!

Date: December 3 & 4, 2016
Time: December 3rd
VIP Preview for Tree Designers and Sponsors
December 4th 10 am - 7 pm
Open to the Public
Location: Fifth Third Ballpark
Home of The Kane County Cougars  
34W002 Cherry Lane
Geneva, IL 60134

Cost: Adults $7,  Children $5, Family Pack of 4 for $20

Wander Through Our Winter Wonderland

The Giving Trees Festival is a holiday event that is fun for the all members of the family! There will be a variety of beautifully decorated Christmas trees submitted by decorators representing local businesses,  churches, organizations and individuals! These trees are available to anyone to view and buy, along with a winter wonderland full of fun activities! …there is fun for all!

Design a tree, sponsor, donate, volunteer or attend!