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Happy Holidays from Triangle Bikeworks
If you’re having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online Helloooo,Happy Holidays from the staff of Triangle Bikeworks! We hope you and your family have a great time, a quiet and rest filled break, and you bring the year to a close with a joyful bang. Thank you for providing the Spoke’n Revolutions… Continue reading Happy Holidays from Triangle Bikeworks
Mile Marker – 3 – Black History Month
When Solomon participated in last summer’s Bike, Blues & The Big Muddy tour, he was calling back to the roots of popular American music.
Triangle Bikeworks Finds A Way Forward ~ A Mile Markers Newsletter
Triangle Bikeworks Finds A Way Forward A Mile Markers Newsletter Also This Month Memories of King 2 King 2014 Every tour we encourage the youth to keep journals. During our 2014 King to King tour we partnered with the Dream Team in Atlanta. Here is a journal entry from one of our veteran cyclists about… Continue reading Triangle Bikeworks Finds A Way Forward ~ A Mile Markers Newsletter

Experiences

What’s next now that the summer is over?
Wake up happy supporters I think I got something to say to you. It’s early September and the SpokenRev teens are back in school. The questions are coming in fast. What’s next while the memories last?  The teens learned environmental justice and so much more. Well, that’s enough of that. Don’t know what came over me… Continue reading What’s next now that the summer is over?
My Why
The reason we started SnR is not the reason it exists today. You see, back then we were naive in thinking that we had to show how exceptional black and brown children are.  We moved to Chapel Hill from Atlanta in 2006 when I accepted a transfer with a small tech firm. Life seemed idyllic… Continue reading My Why
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How To Use A Tree Branch And Be A Hero
It didn’t take much for me to be hero for a day this past summer. My “hero-dom” was most likely because I never waver in my joy of adventure and self discovery. From 2010 to now we’re taking African American, Latino, Karen, Chinese, Indian and Native American youth on biking adventures of over 700 miles… Continue reading How To Use A Tree Branch And Be A Hero
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