Students at a Rockville school received free bikes for doing good in their community.

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Good Deeds Get Students New Bikes

May 20, 2019

Elementary school students in Rockville are rewarded for their good deeds with new bikes.

Rockville Bike Hub gave away 76 free bikes and helmets to first through fifth grade kids Sunday, according to WUSA 9.

The bicycles were awarded as part of the TERRIFFIC Bikes Program.

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TERRIFFIC stands for Trustworthy, Earnest, Respectful, Responsible, Involved, Fair, Industrious and Caring and students complete six good deeds that fall under these standards in order to receive a bike, WUSA 9 reports.

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Rockville Bike Hub is a non-profit that empowers community members to recycle, donate, and maintain unused bikes.

Its mission is "to educate community members about benefits of biking and to enhance the health of our community and environment by promoting bicycle transportation."

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