Two dozen abandoned, unclaimed bikes from Marysville were sent to a Christian retreat in southern Africa. “Out where we are, bikes are upward mobility,” said Kelly Huckaby, a missionary from Bellingham who runs Camp Ciyanjano on the outskirts of Lusaka, Zambia. (Courtesy Marysville Police Department)

Two dozen abandoned, unclaimed bikes from Marysville were sent to a Christian retreat in southern Africa. “Out where we are, bikes are upward mobility,” said Kelly Huckaby, a missionary from Bellingham who runs Camp Ciyanjano on the outskirts of Lusaka, Zambia. (Courtesy Marysville Police Department)

One man’s abandoned bicycle is another man’s freedom

Unclaimed bikes piling up at the Marysville Police Department are wending their way to Africa.

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