Kuhlman is unable to drive because of her condition, and walking for long periods of time tends to exhaust her. As a result, her bike was basically her only means of transportation to her job at a local Arby's. One day, despite the bike being locked behind a fence in full-view of the drive-thru, a thief snipped the lock to the fence and stole the bike, leaving her without her means of getting around.
“I was very shocked and I lost it. I was crying because I’m like what am I going to do,” she said.
Fortunately, her boss and her coworkers from the restaurant were sympathetic to her cause, and immediately set up a donation drive to have her bike replaced. Arby’s store manager Angie Takes launched a Go Fund Me page called “A Bike for Bridget” with her own family making the first contributions, and since then they've already received several donations.
“Bridget goes to the laundromat with her bike. She does everything with her bike. She has two dogs and gives them rides on her bike. It was something I had to do,” Takes said.
Kuhlman was touched by the gesture, saying that "Yes, I lost my bike and yes it’s not right. But I’m glad I have a boss who got it started even with her own family.” If you wish to donate to Bridget's bike fund, it can be found here: GoFundMe.
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