Newswire: Robin Williams’ bike collection is being auctioned for charity

It’s been over two years since Robin Williams died, a passing that robbed us of not merely a comedic titan, but a genuinely warm human being who dug deep to share humor, pathos, humility, and quiet compassion. But thanks to his family, his legacy of giving is living on through a special charity auction fundraiser. Mashable is reporting that Williams’ family has helped organize an auction of the late entertainer’s bicycle collection.

A life-long avid cyclist, Williams collected over 80 bicycles, which can be viewed and bid upon over at paddle8.com. Expected to generate over $200,000, proceeds from the auction are being donated to two organizations that Williams was invested in: the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Christopher And Dana Reeve Foundation. In a statement, Williams’ family explained the decision to put his personal collection up for auction. “We hope these bikes will bring their new …

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