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Maui volunteers build bikes for keiki

About 200 bikes were assembled, prepped, and readied for the road during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului.
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Wailuku residents Steve Mark, right, and Rudy Carreon share a laugh while assembling a bicycle during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului. About 200 bikes were assembled, prepped, and readied for the road, with the first priority of giving to children and displaced residents of the Lahaina wildfires, according to Krank owner and event organizer Moose Reichert.
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Dozens of volunteers assemble bicycles.
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Dozens of volunteers assemble bicycles.
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From left, Seah Clark, 11, Lana Caserta, 14, and Kalea Markulis, 14, assemble a bicycle with the guidance of Krank Cycles assistant and Pastor Rick Avila, of Harvest Kumulani Chapel in Kapalua, during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului.
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Haiku resident Jordan Kolton, right, assembles a bicycle with his son, Rio, 13.
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Lahaina resident Steve Fisher helps daughter Livia Joelle, 3, open boxes of bicycles to assemble with the help of their macaw, Hi’ilani.
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Lahaina resident Steve Fisher helps daughter Livia Joelle, 3, open boxes of bicycles to assemble with the help of their macaw, Hi’ilani.
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2023 Dec. 2 CTY - Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Jamm Aquino/jaquino@staradvertiser.com Lahaina resident Steve Fisher, top, smiles as his daughter Livia Joelle, 3, opens boxes of bicycles to assemble with the help of their macaw, Hi’ilani, during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023, in Kahului, Hawaii. Fisher lost their home in the wildfire, and was eager to assemble bicycles with his daughter as a positive and happy activity after spending time in the burn zone at their home. About 200 bikes will be assembled, prepped, and readied for the road, with the first priority of giving to children and displaced residents of the Lahaina wildfires, according to Krank owner and event organizer Moose Reichert
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Lahaina resident Steve Fisher helps daughter Livia Joelle, 3, open boxes of bicycles to assemble with the help of their macaw, Hi’ilani.
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Krank Cycles assistant and Pastor Rick Avila, left, of Harvest Kumulani Chapel in Kapalua, inspects a completely assembled bicycle put together by Napili resident Dustin Caserta.
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Krank Cycles owner Moose Reichert looks at the dozens of completed bicycles during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului.
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Krank Cycles owner Moose Reichert looks at the dozens of completed bicycles during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului.
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Napili resident and volunteer Dustin Caserta, left, brings a completed bicycle to Krank Cycles owner Moose Reichert during the annual Krank Cycles charity bicycle building on Saturday in Kahului.

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