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Operation Combat Bikesaver, Jason Zaideman

It all started in this little shop located in Cedar Lake, Indiana...

Operation Combat Bikesaver, Jason Zaideman

Every Sunday candidates and volunteers are introduced to building, fabricating, welding and painting in order to resurrect something that was once damaged and forgotten into something new and truly unique. Once the bike is completed, the bike is theirs to keep.


We need your help making this program work for our candidates. We need funding for a larger facility, updated tools, parts and materials for projects. This will also give us the ability to work more than just one day a week.

Your donation will directly affect our ability to help our fellow brothers and sisters participating in this program have the best experience possible.


We have lost way too many to PTSD / TBI and Depression. All of us here at Operation Combat Bikesaver have lost someone to the after affects of defending their country. We would love nothing more than to help our Heroes return to feeling normal again.

Your help would mean the world to us, and our Veterans. On behalf of all of us here at Operation Combat Bikesaver, we thank you for your time and consideration.    
 

$12 a year goes a long way and means the world to all of our gear heads here at OCB !

We believe that breathing new life into tarnished motorcycles by honing in on learned skill sets will relinquish the deafening grasp PTS / TBI / Depression has on Veterans. By creating distinctive works of art, those candidates can give back to others suffering in a brotherhood of unity, targeting relief to the chaos of one's own mind.

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