Nonprofit program Cycle Effect enters third year with success stories

10th May, 2015 by

By Melanie Wong

EDWARDS — It’s a Wednesday afternoon and that means it’s mountain bike time for the Cycle Effect girls. Bikes are being passed around, rain jackets are donned, and hair is being braided — you know, the necessary preparations for some serious cycling.Looking at the 15 or so teen girls on the blustery afternoon, you might have thought the impressive part was that they were riding despite the looming rainclouds. But Cycle Effect founder Brett Donelson will tell you that’s the least of their accomplishments, which include earning college scholarships, breaking down stereotypes and being trailblazers for their peers. In the …

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