Here are some photos from our awesome day out at the Pasqua Yaqui Tribe Wellness Center.
Here is a link to lots of photos from both Tuesday and Friday of our July 2012 session of Summer Bike Camp! We had a full camp with 35 kids again – sold out!
Thanks for a great week – and congrats to El Grupo youth on being such amazing leaders and empowering these youth.
To view the full album, CLICK HERE.
Image #152 begins the Friday series.
To view the images from Tuesday, CLICK HERE. Friday’s images will be added over the weekend or early next week. I am so impressed witnessing your maturity and sense of responsibility to the campers, El Grupo. Each one of you is an incredible person I am honored to know.
There are some really great ones of El Grupo in action, and Damiano too! Check out this link for photos by Jim Harmes.
Beyond riding bikes competitively and for fun and health, another way that El Grupo “empowers youth through bicycles” is community outreach. On Saturday, 3/31/12, some El Grupo youth were guides for the families who participated in the Kidical Mass ride and other El Grupo riders helped educate young bicyclists about bike safety at the El… Read more »
Last weekend I had the pleasure of working with Skywalker, Emily, Keenan, Duncan and Jade. They helped me out at the El Rio Health Fair. They were incredibly great ambassadors for riding, El Grupo, and Youth in general. I want to thank you all for your hard work. This sort of out reach is as… Read more »
We had a fantastic, holiday cheer filled day while valet parking bikes from all those who rode with GABA in their annual Toys for Tots ride to the Reid Park Zoo. Folks rode to the zoo with new, unwrapped toys to be given to those less fortunate for Christmas. We not only rode their with… Read more »
On September, 11th we went to the Giving Tree home facilities and partnering with the United Way’s “Day of Caring” we were able to fix 10 bicycles for the youth of the homes. These homes are for families that are finding their way in town and need some help. They are not homeless, as they… Read more »