Annie Minshall, 3, rolls out of the Boise Bicycle Project with a big smile and a bicycle just her size Saturday at BBP’s annual Christmas Kids Bike Giveaway. Lynne Memadji le Allaha is in the orange helmet.
Annie Minshall, 3, rolls out of the Boise Bicycle Project with a big smile and a bicycle just her size Saturday at BBP’s annual Christmas Kids Bike Giveaway. Lynne Memadji le Allaha is in the orange helmet. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Annie Minshall, 3, rolls out of the Boise Bicycle Project with a big smile and a bicycle just her size Saturday at BBP’s annual Christmas Kids Bike Giveaway. Lynne Memadji le Allaha is in the orange helmet. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

‘I love bikes and I love kids.’ Project taps Boise’s love of cycling to spread bicycle cheer year-round.

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