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On Saturday morning, Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to join the cyclists who came out for the 11th Annual Mattapan on Wheels Bike-a-Thon.

Our law firm gave away helmets to cyclists of all ages who took the ride as part of our Project KidSafe campaign to protect against head injuries. Attorney Reza Breakstone was out fitting the helmets at our Project KidSafe tent.

Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition (MFFC) and the Vigorous Youth host the popular event each year and with Mother Nature on their side, there was a strong turnout, with 106 cyclists participating.

The goal of the Mattapan on Wheels event is to have fun and encourage cycling. Cyclists are given all the tools they need to participate. They can sign up to borrow a bike from the Blue Bikes rideshare or Boston Bikes, a City of Boston program.

Breakstone, White & Gluck also donates helmets, so this is truly an event open to anyone who wants to come out and try cycling in this part of the city or along the Lower Neponset River Trail.

Participants had their choice of bike routes. The 8-mile family ride traveled out to Tenean Beach in Dorchester. The 10-mile intermediate ride encouraged both sightseeing and riding on city roads. Cyclists were introduced to the new protected bike lanes along Cummings Highway and American Legion Highway.

The experienced ride was a scenic 13-mile route to Wollaston Beach in Quincy.

About Breakstone, White & Gluck and Our Project KidSafe Campaign

Breakstone, White & Gluck is a Boston personal injury law firm. We founded our Project KidSafe campaign in 2013, with a goal of encouraging cyclists to wear a helmet every time they ride. By taking this important step, you can focus on enjoying your bike and protect against the risk of head injury.

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Quincy Police bicycle helmet donation

Left to Right: Quincy Police Officer Christopher Bulger, Attorney David W. White, Quincy Police Lt. Robert Bina and Quincy Police Officer William Mitchell.

Breakstone, White & Gluck is pleased to continue our partnerships for bike safety with local police departments in the Boston area.

As part of our Project KidSafe campaign, Breakstone, White & Gluck will donate children’s bicycle helmets to 11 local police departments during 2021.

In June, our attorneys were pleased to deliver helmets to the Quincy Police DepartmentLynn Police DepartmentNorwood Police DepartmentBrockton Police Department and Randolph Police Department. We donate the helmets, but each department decides the best way to give them away to children in their community who need one – or who need a new one – to ride safely. The police departments may organize a bike rodeo, safety event or set up a table at a community festival. Or officers may keep the helmets on hand to give away as they come across children who need one.

Attorney David W. White gathers with members of the Lynn Police Department.

Attorney David W. White visits with Lynn Police Chief Christopher P. Reddy and his officers in mid-June. As part of our Project KidSafe campaign, Breakstone, White & Gluck was proud to donate children’s bicycle helmets to Lynn PD again.

 

Attorney David W. White of Breakstone, White & Gluck delivers free children's bicycle helmets to Norwood Police Chief William G. Brooks.

Norwood Police Chief William G. Brooks with Attorney David W. White. Breakstone, White & Gluck donated bicycle helmets to Norwood Police to give away to local children who need one.

 

Brockton Police Department receives donation of children's bicycle helmets from Boston law firm of Breakstone, White & Gluck

Brockton Police Chief Emanuel C. Gomes and his officers receive a bicycle helmet donation from Breakstone, White & Gluck and our Project KidSafe campaign.

 

Attorney David W. White delivers free children's bike helmets to Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marag

From left: Attorney David W. White delivered bicycle helmets to Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marag for the department’s bike safety event on June 26, 2021.

 

Read about our donation to Randolph Police.

Breakstone, White & Gluck

Breakstone, White & Gluck is a top-rated Boston personal injury law firm. Through our Project KidSafe campaign, our lawyers have donated more than 33,000 bicycle helmets to children across Massachusetts. We are committed to encouraging children to protect themselves and during 2021, we plan to make donations to local police departments, community organizations, bicycle committees and Massachusetts Safe Routes to School.

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