(WXYZ) - A lot of kids are peddling in style thanks to Variety Detroit, the children's charity.
For 18 years now, the Bikes for Kids program has supplied hundreds of children with new bikes, helmets and bike locks.
The program gave away 150 bikes Wednesday night.
Former Channel 7 anchor Diana Lewis has been there since day one-- putting kids on bikes-- and smiles on kids.
Wednesday night, some 800 people were on hand for pizza, hot dogs, games, dancing--and of course, the bike give-away
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Like so many around the world, Nelson Mandela's story captured the heart and imagination of a Detroit area photographer. Years later, she would capture some of Mandela's most magical milestones.
When he was released from prison, Nelson Mandela went on a tour in the U.S. but he only visited 11 cities. Detroit was one of them. He spoke at Tiger Stadium on June 28, 1990.
Reaction is pouring in from around the world to the death of Nelson Mandela.