Today I went ATV shopping to replace my old blown up unit. I drove 200 miles and visited a bunch of dealers for quotes. In route I came across a rural house with a burned out attached garage that had a an 8 x 10 hand painted billboard out front that said bicycle ministry. The old house was the shop. I had to stop, bicycles were everywhere and several enthusiasts were hanging out. A young guy was the operator and his vision was to collect free bikes, have disabled vets work on them, flip those he couldn’t use and give bicycles to the homeless and poor people. I bought a pristine old Huffy Cranbrook for the parts. It was of a much higher quality than the past 7 years, alloy wheels, true rims and interesting stamped details on the fenders and chain guard. It even has nice grips. I paid $50, and I didn’t argue as it had perfect parts. Wheels and tires cost more. On parting he said the bike was worth $65 so he asked me to donate $15 to a collection plate, homeless person or charity of my choice. I liked it, no spiritual push, just do good. I now know what to do with my excess bikes, even though it is 85 miles away one way. I’ll save a load and make a trip. Good and very different vibes.