2nd Annual BGV Strider Challenge Winter Training





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Published on Jul 22, 2014

The 2nd Annual BGV Strider Challenge- presented by the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 will be held on Friday, August 22nd at 12pm on Main Street in Breckenridge!

This race will be sure to get your toddler's adrenaline pumping! Open to children ages 2-5, of any pedal-less bike ability are welcome to join in on the fun! The kiddos will race down a portion of the same course that the pro's will race down during the Stage 5 finish of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge! Although there will not be heat winners, every child will get a gift bag packed with special goodies! Everyone is a winner!

New this year are limited edition BGV Strider Challenge bicycle jerseys! With a limited amount available, you don't want to miss your chance to outfit your Strider rider in true bike racing style! Jerseys are available during registration and day of the race for $25. Visit www.BGVStriderChallenge.com to register, donate to Axel Project and to purchase a jersey!

Spectators line the streets during this event and cheer on the participants along the way. The BGV Strider Challenge will start near the Blue River Plaza on Washington and Main Street, which is in the heart of historical downtown Breckenridge, Colorado. The USA Pro Cycling Challenge racers will be rolling into town after 4pm on the same day.

The event is FREE, but a suggested optional donation of $10 will benefit the Axel Project. The Axel Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the fundamental principle that a productive, happy life begins with bikes. The organization will be donating strider bikes to 5 local Summit County preschool programs.

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