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National Youth Bike Ride with the Ghisallo Foundation!

August 5, 2014

One local  organization that we’ve always been big fans of is the Ghisallo Foundation. They work to educate and develop youth riders into cycling experts who integrate bicycling into their daily lives.

And speaking of kids, next week is National Youth Bike Ride Week and the Ghisallo Foundation is kicking it off in style on Sunday! Get the details below and go learn more about the Ghisallo Foundation!


Join the Ghisallo Foundation in partnership with Cycle Academy, Youth Bike, East Side Pedal Pushers, and Mueller Farmers’ Market for Austin’s participation in the National Youth Bike Ride Week. The ride will run along the Mueller Hike and Bike Trail and feature shorter and longer routes for varying age levels; instructors and volunteers will assist along the ride. Parents and adults are more than welcome, and are encouraged, to ride along with the group.


We will be performing bike safety checks and basic maintenance to insure kids’ bikes are safe and ready to roll.

There will be a cooler of water available for participants and lots of food and drink options available within the Farmers’ Market.

Please bring your own bike, a helmet, and maybe a water bottle.

Date: Sunday 8/10/2014
Time: Station opens at 9:45am, ride starts at 10:15am
Location: East Side of Browning Hangar at the Mueller Farmers’ Market

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 5, 2014 3:06 pm

    Shared info with the Hill Country Tri Club, the HCTC Kids & Family Tri Group, and the TX Army National Guard/Camp Mabry.

    • djcurtin permalink
      August 5, 2014 4:21 pm

      Thanks for reading and for sharing, LJ! Cheers!

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