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Rachel makes the move to 27.5in wheels
Ratboy's all-new 27.5in-wheeled downhill demon
Baby blue race rocket with lots of neat touches
Expanded, better value machines from Cannondale in 2015
USA Cycling recognized four outstanding student-athletes, two as recipients of the annual John...
USA Cycling recognized four outstanding student-athletes, two as recipients of the annual John Stenner Collegiate Cycling Scholarship and two as winners of the new Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Kimberly Turner of Seattle Pacific University and Kyle Englund-Krieger of the United States Naval Academy, were each granted US$1,500 John Stenner Collegiate Cycling scholarships based on academic achievements, athletic accomplishments and service to the community with an emphasis on collegiate team involvement and leadership. The annual scholarship program is funded by donations to the USA Cycling Development Foundation.
The Kuck Memorial Scholarships went to Fort Lewis College's Teal Stetson-Lee and Bucknell University's Jeffrey Salvitti, who will each also receive $1,500 based on outstanding achievements in the areas of cycling safety, advocacy and education. The program is funded through the USA Cycling Development Foundation by directed donations from the friends and family of Joshua Kuck, a collegiate cyclist who was killed in 2007.