*This event has limited seating and it is anticipated that it will be sold out. Register early to reserve your spot!

 with Dr. Lisa Christiansen and Bicycle Dan

Bike building, teambuilding events - Build a bike...change a child's life TM

tkk 1Dr. Christiansen and Bicycle Dan have teamed up to introduce Team Krooked Krank. Team Krooked Krank is a unique team building workshop and powerful team philanthropy experience which can be customized to meet all of your goals, including:

         • Increase teamwork & team effectiveness 
         • Improve communication skills
         • Increase enthusiasm and the ability to take action 
         • Improve customer service & sales team effectiveness
         • Improve leadership skills

Each member of your team will help build a bike that will change the life of a child forever (look at Lance Armstrong). This bicycle building experience will touch your hearts and inspire your minds. It is filled with fun and excitement, as well as skills, tools and experiences that will make a dramatic & powerful impact on your team, your life and the lives of others. After an initial opening ceremony, briefing and orientation, your team will participate in a series of custom problem-solving activities during which you will learn and practice powerful new skills.

tkk 2After each activity, your team is rewarded with the parts to a brand new bicycle and the tools to build that bike for your "customers". Your "customers" are local underprivileged children to whom your team will present the bicycles--though neither your team members nor the children are aware you are about to share an extraordinary experience together (so please, DO NOT TELL YOUR TEAM about the bike building or the donation of the bikes to the kids before your event). 

Through participation in the Krooked Krank experience, your team will gain a stronger feeling of team connection and more powerful motivation to achieve personal and team goals. You will also learn and master powerful tools & techniques that will translate into improved teamwork, better communication, and increased productivity.


A portion of the proceeds go to the Lance Armstrong Foundation and the American Heart Association