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September 10, 2018

Run the Boston Marathon for CYCLE Kids!


2019 CYCLE Kids Boston Marathon Team Application.pdf

We are thrilled to announce that CYCLE Kids has been selected as an Official Charity of the 2019 Boston Marathon! We would love to have you run for us and help children in need overcome adversity through engaging in the joy of physical exercise. Your fundraising efforts will play a critical role in helping us strengthen children’s physical and emotional wellbeing in preparation for a healthy and successful future!

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August 12, 2018

CYCLE Kids in Navajo Nation

Please help us continue our work with the NavajoYES youth group to open more programs and help spark a passion for biking that is spreading across Navajo Nation.

Two years, three programs, 190+ students. Click to donate!

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July 1, 2018

The Generosity of a Medical Technology Company Helps Lawrence MA Students

Time and time again, we have seen the power the CYCLE Kids program has to strengthen the physical and emotional health of students. The program gives children important tools and skills they may otherwise not have had an opportunity to receive.

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April 30, 2018

CYCLE Kids and Navajo Nation Grow Together

In 2017, the first CYCLE Kids Program was opened at the Shonto Preparatory School in Shonto, Arizona. Since then, CYCLE Kids has launched two additional programs in the Navajo Nation. The Red Mesa Elementary School and the T’iis Nazbas Community School are also teaching the CYCLE Kids curriculum to their 4th and 5th grade students.

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March 19, 2018

In the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas, Students Put New Bikes to the Test

Staff Reporter, OARK, AR — Jeff Dezort

Oark Elementary School students are having fun and learning at the same time by putting to use bicycles the school recently received from partners of the CYCLE Kids program. "Students took advantage of an early spring-like day to take the bikes out for a spin around the campus," said Angela Kitchen, RN, Oark School Nurse, and Jasper School District Health Coordinator. "Some of the students are learning how to ride," she said. She showed photos of some of the students putting the new bikes to the test.

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