Do you recall the Goodwill employee who got her bike seat stolen, but left her bike still chained up?
That bike was Kimberly Couch's only mode of transportation and without a bike seat, she could not ride her bike to and from work due to a disability.
Most of us think that a $30 to $50 problem is only a minor issue in life, but when you are trying your best to make ends meet and support kids as a single mom, that $30 problem can feel like a $1,000 setback. Which is what a $30 seat meant to ouch.
After the story aired on WGNS and hit social media, people called MOAB Bikes in Murfreesboro to pay for a new bike seat for Couch. Well, not only did enough people pay for a new bike seat, they also paid for her to have a brand new bike.
WGNS' Scott Walker spoke to Couch about her new bike on Thursday...