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January 29, 2016

"CYCLE Kids" Unleashed

Last spring, CYCLE Kids opened one of its first California based programs at the Adams Elementary School in Santa Barbara, California. In a school that was already working to promote healthy, active lifestyles through cycling, the CYCLE Kids curriculum was the missing component for their 5th grade students.

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July 31, 2014

Lasting Partnerships, Lifelong Friends

Jessi Haggerty, RD

Learn how our Nutrition Curriculum Writer Jessi Haggerty got involved with CYCLE Kids, and how she has continued to play a key role in the organization since 2008.

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July 25, 2014

Riding a bike, changed the life of a high school freshman

Upon seeing Justin Schwaitzberg, you would never guess that just a year ago he was entering his freshman year at Milton Academy overweight.  When you look at him now, you see a fit, healthy, and very confident high school student.  Justin was kind enough to sit down with CYCLE Kids Founder & Executive Director, Julianne Idlet and share how riding his bike and changing his eating habits transformed his life not only physically, but also socially, and emotionally as well.

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March 12, 2014

Strong Support. Amazing Kids. Letters to Michelle Obama.

Learn why 5th grade students at the Morse School in Cambridge, MA think children all over the United States should have a CYCLE Kids program in their community.

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November 30, 2012

First NYC Fundraiser with Olympic Athlete Evelyn Stevens

On November 30th, CYCLE Kids and Olympic cyclist Evelyn Stevens kicked off a partnership at the Tribeca Grill in Manhattan to bring biking and nutrition education to children in NYC and beyond. Schools in Bedford-Stuyvesant have been eager to implement our proven, effective curriculum for their students.

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November 5, 2012

CYCLE Kids Programs in Georgia and Texas

2012 was a year of unprecedented growth for CYCLE Kids! We’re proud to acknowledge our program has travelled to Georgia and Texas, and, in early 2013, we’ll be operating a new East Boston school. We’re especially thrilled to note that these expansions were made possible by the extraordinary personal efforts of our supporters, proving that passionate people can create meaningful change.

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October 19, 2012

Third Annual Gala!

On October 18th, CYCLE Kids hosted our Third Annual – and best ever! – Gala at the Harvard Faculty Club in Cambridge. Once again our community of advocates, bike-lovers, and friends gathered to celebrate the CYCLE Kids mission, raise funds, and share stories – and we were honored by the awesome show of support! In addition to raising money towards Boston- and Brooklyn-based programs, the 150 attendees generously “built” 15 bikes piecemeal through our virtual bike-build wall!

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August 10, 2012

CYCLE Kids is Headed to the Lone Star State!

We’re thrilled to announce that our dedicated friends and supporters, Peter Staneland and the Corpus Christi Cycling Club, have raised enough funds to bring CYCLE Kids to their home state of Texas. We met Peter in 2010 when he won a spot on our Boston Marathon team. Inspired by the efficacy of the CYCLE Kids program that so mirrored his own values, Peter and the Corpus Christi Cycling Club raised all the funds necessary to bring CYCLE Kids home to Texas. The program begins on August 17th during the London Independent Elementary School’s physical education classes.

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May 21, 2012

Breakaway 2012

More than 200 cyclists, volunteers and supporters joined us to make this year’s Breakaway Bike Ride the best yet! Featuring three breathtaking cycle routes designed for all ages and skill levels, a gourmet lunch, live music and sunshine, the day was truly a celebration of wellness, vibrancy and community. Bob Wolfe, with his exceptional local knowledge, once again knit together three gorgeous rides of varying length and difficulty through the back streets of Lincoln, Stowe, Harvard, Acton, Concord, Bolton and Sudbury.

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  • May 25th Thank you @lauren1717 for your unwavering support of CYCLE Kids and our mission of improving the health of children through bicycling!
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  • May 24th Trivia answer: The Paul Bunyan Trail, going from Brainerd, Minnesota to Lake Bemidji State Park is a total of 112 paved miles of bike path!
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