The Freewheel Project was founded in 2012 by Tony Hoffman, former BMX racing professional and renowned public speaker on substance abuse. Tony wanted to start a program that brought access to hundreds of kids in his community through action sports. Since that time, the Freewheel Project has focused on it’s mission to: “Develop healthy life choices in youth through action sports.”
The popular culture of action sports is growing, however, it still remains unnoticed throughout school districts, nationwide. Action sports complexes can plague youth with negative and dangerous behaviors that often influence even the best youth into making bad choices. The Freewheel Project serves as a positive covering for youth who participate in action sports, through our various programs as we mentor and encourage kids to avoid negative behaviors and lead by example.
For more information about our founder you can visit his speaking page at www.TonyHoffmanSpeaking.com