Just how much they will donate depends on how many bike trips you and people on bikes throughout the nation log during the month of September. For every bike trip you log, the CLIF Bar 2 Mile Challenge will make a $1 donation to the Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation (CBCEF).
By joining the ride and logging your trips, you are helping kids and adults of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to start riding bikes to in their communities.
As the nonprofit beneficiary this September, the Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation is at the forefront of making the greater Puget Sound region better for bikes. The CBCEF is hard at work on many levels, from teaching kids safe riding skills to supporting adults as they choose to bike, to encouraging businesses to be bike-friendly, to helping city governments design communities that make it easier to walk and bike.
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In 2011, the Major Taylor Project brought together 210 underserved teenagers at four high schools in south King County, introducing them to the joy and freedom of travelling by bike and fostering a lifelong love of bicycling.
In 2011, CBCEF took 250 disadvantaged urban kids on day-long mountain-biking adventures, many for the first time ever.
CLIF has been a longtime Cascade event sponsor, and we’re please to receive their support through the 2 Mile Challenge.
Thanks to CLIF Bar for choosing us as the September beneficiary, and THANK YOU for biking and logging your miles!