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Donate Bicycles, Get Canfest Beer Tickets!

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Michael Wolfe
Channel 2 News
 

You can help a local non-profit while enjoying more than a 100 different types of canned beer.

The Reno Bike Project is teaming up with Buckbean Brewery for its third annual Canfest next month - which celebrates canned beer.

The first 50 people who donate a bike to the project will get a free VIP pass while supplies last.

After that, donors will get half off the price of a ticket- which is normally $30.

The Bike Project says it really needs the bikes now so they'll be ready for when the weather warms up next year. "In the winter time we try and catch up and get back up for the springtime to try and get as many bikes back into the community as possible," says program director Jeff Mitchell.

You can donate bikes to the Bike Project at 541 east Fourth Street in Reno.

Canfest is Saturday, November 12th starting at 5 pm at the Reno Ballroom at 401 north Center Street.

To buy tickets, just go to

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