Bryan Honda of Fayetteville fixed up and donated an SUV to The Bicycle Man Community Outreach Projects Tuesday morning.
The dealership presented Ann Mathis, the wife of the late Moses Mathis, with customized GMC Envoy at its location on Raeford Road.
“I wish Moses was here to see this,” Mathis said.
Moses died in his sleep on July 15, 2013. He was known as “The Bicycle Man” in the Fayetteville area for his generosity of fixing old bikes and giving them away to children in need at Christmas.
The SUV will help the organization collect bikes and computers for kids.
The organization is hosting a meet and greet on May 31 at its warehouse in Hope Mills so that people can learn more about Moses work. Donations will also be accepted.
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