Shared Mobility is thrilled to announce the successful launch of the Create a Healthier Niagara Falls Collaborative's (CHNFC) E-Bike Library! Together with our partners at CHNFC, we hosted an event to introduce this exciting initiative in Niagara Falls. The event was graced by the presence of local leaders, community members, and biking enthusiasts. We are incredibly proud to collaborate with CHNFC in bringing this eco-friendly and fun transportation initiative to our beloved community.
On July 14 at CHNFC's office at 1702 Pine Ave, Niagara Falls, NY 14301, Shared Mobility and Create a Healthier Niagara Falls Collaborative came together to celebrate the inauguration of the E-Bike Library. This collaborative effort is a shining example of what can be achieved when organizations join forces for a common cause – to create a healthier, happier, and more connected Niagara Falls. At the heart of this endeavor was the vision of providing accessible and eco-friendly transportation options for the community.
We came together with food, music, good energy and were able to lend out refurbished e-bikes to a majority of residents that came to connect with us. Along with the bikes members received bike locks, helmets, and bags from Independent health stuffed with information on other healthy initiatives they can take part in.
As we reflect on the launch event of the E-Bike Library, we are filled with excitement about the positive impact it will have on the community. Shared Mobility. and Create a Healthier Niagara Falls Collaborative are committed to continuing this important work to enhance community well-being and promote sustainable transportation. If you're interested in joining us on this journey or wish to collaborate on future initiatives, we warmly welcome you to reach out to us.
Thank you to all who attended the launch event and expressed their enthusiasm and support. With your partnership and involvement, we can achieve even greater heights. Let's keep the wheels turning towards a brighter tomorrow!
This E-Bike Library wouldn't be possible without support from Independent Health and the Ralph Wilson, Jr. Legacy Funds at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo