After 5 years and 750 donated bicycles, Leader Steps Down

The Laconia Area Bicycle Exchange was launched in April 2014 by John Rogers as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. Now, after Rogers and his team of volunteers have provided 750 bikes to those in need, Rogers is moving on and opening up the non-profit for new leadership.

As he leaves, the exchange currently has 20 bikes ready to give out, with about 75-90 total in its inventory.

Anyone interested in becoming the new executive director can contact Rogers at 603-630-7571 or [email protected]. For more information, visit or the Laconia Area Bicycle Exchange on Facebook.

This piece is based on an article which appeared in The Laconia Daily Sun.

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Kelly Cascaden says:

Try this:
A SELP project initiated out of the Atlanta Center in 2015. There are very few non-profits working at this level for refurbished/ repurposed bicycles.

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