Bike Legal Sponsoring Hardman Classic

Sep 12, 2019

Here at Bike Legal, we love cycling. To give back to our community and spread the joy of our favorite hobby, we are sponsoring the 4th annual Hardman Classic.

The Hardman Classic is a 90-mile bike ride through the foothills of South California. All proceeds from the event go to the Community Outreach Alliance of San Clemente (COA). The funds help COA offer fun and healthy activities for local youth.

The ride will raise money to put at-risk teenagers directly onto bicycle seats. By discovering the magic of cycling, these kids avoid more destructive activities and create lifelong friendships – all thanks to COA and the Hardman Classic.

By sponsoring this fantastic event, Bike Legal helps COA’s fundraising goals become a reality. All participants pay $75 to ride and get access to aid stations, mechanical support, drinks, and a full, post-ride meal. Riding together not only helps raise money to put kids on bikes, it also gives at-risk youth an example of what a fun, healthy activity looks like. Participants have a blast while impacting the local community.

At Bike Legal, we are dedicated to giving back across California, and excited to spread our passion for cycling across the state, especially to children and disadvantaged communities. Our firm also believes in keeping cyclists safe and focuses exclusively on pursuing justice for those of us who are injured.

If you have been harmed by a bike accident in California, we can help you get back on your feet and back in the seat. Recovery is time-consuming and expensive, but with the right financial resources, your accident doesn’t have to be so hard on you and your family. We will not accept any payment from you until you receive damages from your case.

Call us at 877-BikeLegal today for a free, no obligation consultation.

You’ve already seen how we help the community; call today to see what we can do for you.

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