Toby

Every week at CYCLE Kids classes you can see children enjoying the fun of cycling and learning the concepts of a healthy lifestyle. As strange as it may seem, this is a new experience for many of the children. For Toby, learning to ride the bike was the least of his challenges.

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Julianne Idlet
Joseph

Joseph didn’t know how to ride a bike before starting the CYCLE Kids program, but his tenacity was evident from the outset.

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Julianne Idlet
Maia

Maia is one the winners of our “What does it mean to be a CYCLE Kid?” contest, and the recipient of a new bike, helmet, and bike lock. We couldn’t have chosen a worthier kid or a more deserving family to receive this honor, and we are humbled by their enthusiasm.

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Julianne Idlet
Samuel

Samuel, a 5th grade student, won a brand new bicycle and helmet as a winner of our essay contest “What does it mean to be a CYCLE Kid?”. His tenacity and excitement for riding a bike is infectious.

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Julianne Idlet
Tanzid

Tanzid will never forget his year in the 4th grade at the Morse School in Cambridge. The year was full of challenges, changes, and growth for Tanzid as he moved from his home country of Bangladesh to the United States. Immersed in an entirely new and very different culture, Tanzid faced many diverse changes: adjusting to a new education system, learning a different language, and trying to engage a new culture.

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Julianne Idlet
Aidan

When Grafton third-grader Aidan asked his father to contact us in search of a children’s cycling team, we knew this kid was special. Inspired by his dedication to the sport, we invited him to our office so we could learn more about him, and award him the title of Honorary CYCLE Kid.

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Julianne Idlet