Saturday, June 24, 2017

Team SpiderTech Announces National Development Program

Bauer Power Line to Scout Canadian Junior, Midget and Bantam Hockey Players

Toronto, – Canada’s first ever professional cycling team to reach UCI Professional Continental status, one level before the Tour de France today announced a new national development program “Bauer Power Line” to scout hockey players from Canadian junior, and midget and bantam levels A-AAA.

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Lees-McRae College Announces Minor Degree in Bicycling Studies

Program is First in United States

This spring, Lees-McRae College is “bridging the gap” between the bicycle and the classroom with the start of an innovative new minor program of study in Bicycling Studies that will enroll students beginning this January.  This new addition to the curriculum positions Lees-McRae College as the only college in the United States to offer a unique academic-based program in Bicycling Studies.

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Wounded Warrior Project Announces 2011 Soldier Rides

Cycling Events Offer Communities a Chance to Connect With Warriors.

Jacksonville, Fla. – Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) announced today the national tour schedule for Soldier Ride, it’s premier fundraising event for WWP programs and initiatives to ensure this is the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded warriors in our nation’s history.

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Hundreds of Ugandan Women Tackle Bicycling

Workshops Teach Joy of Cycling

Photo courtesy of Sue Knapp

Prescott, Arizona – The village classroom in Buhoma, Uganda overflowed with vibrant fabric colors as latecomers peered through the windows. Organizers of the women’s bicycle workshop were stunned as registration topped 200. The workshop was part of three weeks of activities planned around a visit by One Street’s executive director, Sue Knaup, in January. The leaders of Ride 4 a Woman (R4W) had expected only a few dozen from their 300 women members. Over the next week, these eager women returned to practice their new skills in bicycle riding and repair.

 

Uganda
 
Over 200 Women Learned to Repair Their Bicycles 

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