"Amazing!" 


We brought in our global team for three days of leadership. Our goal was to build relationships, inspire and enrich lives.  Duane's program was the perfect fit and the highlight of the conference."



Bill Graebel - President and CEO

Graebel - Relocation Services Worldwide


Build A Bike Event Includes:


  • Hands-on, fast -paced and highly interactive experience
  • Two hours (flexible) of team interaction and bike building
  • Tailored facilitation to meet learning and meeting objectives
  • BMX 20 inch bikes with hand brakes and assembly tools
  • Surprise Olympic entrance by kids from local school or charity
  • Bikes, helmets and locks presented to kids at the event
  • Team time with your individual kid recipient
  • Return surprise and creative thank-you from each kid
  • Brief thank-you and overview by principal or charity director
  • Support staff and professional bike tech on-site for safety checks
  • Discussions on how the "bike metaphor" resonates with customers
  • Built bikes transported to school or charity


We Will Hit A Grand Slam For You!


I have been speaking and training for over twenty

years. Build A Bike is hands down the best team, leadership, and give back event on the planet. The smiles, faces, energy, enthusiasm, surprise and

impact is second to none. I promise this experience

will be the highlight of your meeting.


Your team and organization will inspire and change

lives like the hundreds of letters I have received over the years. Please read a few of the sample letters I have posted.


Duane Grischow

Please Click The Image To Enlarge These Fantastic Notes.

DUANE GRISCHOW

America's Do Good Speaker

  • Hands-on


  • Fast-paced


  • Engaging


  • Rewarding


  • Memories


  • Impact

DOING GOOD IS GOOD BUSINESS 

Celebrating 20 Years

Of Speaking Excellence

Inspiring Leaders with Social Responsibility Spin‚Äč

BUILD A BIKE FOR KIDS

Enrich Lives. Build Relationships. Be Inspired.

High Impact


 "When you bring fun, energy and purpose


to your meeting people get excited to


learn, and be a part of something greater


than themselves." 


Duane Grischow