Shop Local, Support Local

Buy Where You Ride

At Andy Jordan's Bicycle Warehouse, we work hard in our store, but also in our community.  Below is a list of local projects that AJBW has been a part of over the years.  
Support your local bike shop, support your local community.  

2018-2019

  • FATS Flow Master 2 proceeds donated to SORBA-CSRA for local trail maintenance & improvements.  Almost $7,000 raised through registration fees and sponsorships!
  • FATS T-Shirt sales generated $2,950 that was donated to SORBA-CSRA for local trail maintenance & improvements.
  • Facilitated a bike share program with Giant/Momentum bikes and gear for Startup Life at The Clubhou.se.
  • Volunteer bike tech support at the Wheeler Family YMCA's Tri My Best triathlon for people of ALL abilities.
  • Volunteer bike support at the Augusta Ironman 70.3 triathlon.
Drew Jordan, John Pilcher, Banks Mumford, and David Kozlowski (not pictured) installing bike parking at The Clearing in memory of Andy Jordan.

2016-2017

  • Co-hosted Flow Master, the first ever MTB race at FATS, which generated $6,390.  ALL proceeds donated to SORBA-CSRA for repairs and improvements at FATS.
  • Installed bike parking on the Augusta Canal at "The Clearing", facilitated by SORBA-CSRA and the Augusta Canal Authority, in memory of Andy Jordan.
  • Donated Giant Sedona DX to Canal Fest 2017 for raffle to raise proceeds for the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area.
  • Volunteer bike tech support at the Augusta Ironman 70.3 triathlon.
  • Created FATS T-Shirt with 100% of net proceeds going back to local trails.
  • Volunteer bike tech support at the Wheeler Family YMCA's Tri My Best triathlon.
  • $950 donated to SORBA-CSRA from AJBW x SORBA-CSRA custom water bottle sales.
  • Facilitated bicycle parking for Hammond's Ferry Larder.

2014-2015

  • Hosted the area's first Women's Only Ride Day instilling confidence, facilitating new friendships, and encouraging more women to get out and ride.
  • Installed first public bike repair station on Augusta Canal at Pumphouse through proceeds from the Annual Lock to Lock Ride and a partnership with SORBA-CSRA.
  • Volunteer bike tech support at the Augusta Ironman 70.3 triathlon.
  • Installed first public bike repair station on North Augusta Greeneway through partnership with FROG and the use of Lock to Lock Ride proceeds.
  • Facilitated the installation of a public bike repair station at Savannah Rapids through partnership with Wheel Movement, in memory of Andy Jordan.
  • Donated a public bike repair station to SORBA-CSRA, for the Petersburg Trailhead, through proceeds from annual Lock to Lock Ride.

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