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We supply bicycles to those in Recovery, promote a positive lifestyle to all, and strengthen the community though events geared towards doing GOOD.


The Lefty Cycles Project is young. We are a New Organization of Life Seasoned Soulful Individuals who, in fellowship, come together to Perpetuate Pure Goodness by supporting our Recovering Community.  

Our Organization is committed to providing necessary PROJECTS of benevolence and kindness to those in recovery. 

We are dedicated to directing our combined energies, expertise and resources to foster purposeful Projects and happenings which address a need or provide a path to recovery and cycling.

Community Food Drive

The 3 CANS OF PURE GOODNESS was an amazing Project completed which was a canned food drive.  With multiple drop-off locations for canned goods and a fitness event held at Empowered Indoor Studio 11/15/20 this was a great first event for us.

Together we were able to collect 543 pounds of food and raised a total of $1300 for Hands on Hartford's Community Pantry Incentive. 


We are always looking for new ways to do GOOD in our community. If you would like to join forces and collaborate to perpetuate pure goodness in the community please don't hesitate to contact us with your ideas.  


Virtual Seminar

All In Recovery was a virtual event

Dec 9th on zoom, we came together with the incredible Adam and Lindsay from Get Found Recovery to host an open discussion to learn more about addiction and recovery through lived experiences and family perspective.  Plus, with the holidays upon us, hear some tips on how to prepare for that difficult time of year.

Bicycles in Recovery

Bicycles in recovery.  A Project designed to help put bicycles in the hands of fellow addicts' in recovery to serve as transportation, exercise, or fun. If you have a bicycle you would like to donate please don't hesitate to contact us. Bikes have the ability to change lives and we are trying to change as many lives as we can. 

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The Lefty Cycles Project is located in Connecticut and is proud to serve in multiple counties including New London, Middlesex, Hartford, Tolland, and Windham counties.