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Aggie Blue Bikes holds annual charity race for ‘Cranksgiving’

Two men riding bikes
Eli Lucero
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The Herald Journal
Nolan Zigler, left, and Braden Green leave the Island Market while participating in a Cranksgiving food drive on Saturday in Logan.

On Saturday, the folks at Aggie Blue Bikes held their annual “Cranksgiving” alleycat race to gather food and other necessities for Cache Community Food Pantry.

This year’s race was “one of the coldest” the bike shop had seen, according to Aggie Blue Bikes Program Coordinator Avery Cronyn, but still well-attended compared past years. Around a dozen cyclists lined up for the brisk morning race for a chance to win prizes including patch kits, tire levers and stickers.

“Happy Cranksgiving,” Cronyn said, with a wave of his arm to start the race. “Roll out!”

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This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.