Canadian Junior Cycling Development Fund Launched in B.C.
courtesy of Richard Wooles
September 28, 2017 (Vancouver, BC) – Cycling at the Junior level in Canada is a “pay-to-play” sport. I aim to raise $20,000 by October 5th to help our next generation of cyclists bridge the gap and pursue the sport I love. Anything helps, and everything is appreciated. Take three mins and give $5 or $10 if you can – join the group today – $4,395 raised so far.
Junior Men’s XCO podium (l-r) Roth 2nd, Wright 1st, Jones 3rd © Michal Cerveny
My (Richard Wooles) lifelong passion and career has been cycling, and as my 45th birthday present to the sport I would like to raise money to help fund the development of Junior cyclists in Canada, a cause that is important to me. Help the youth of tomorrow believe they can be as good as others and give them more support at the time they really need it.
Maggie Coles-Lyster © Chris Auld
The funds raised will go to help with cycling camps and races. Help riders with the costs of being selected for world championships and give the young riders more support when they need it the most.
To donate visit here.
Junior Fund ©
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