A Day With the Front Rangers Cycling Club

Community Front Rangers Cycling Club group photo.

We love helping kids get excited about moving their bodies and living an active lifestyle, so when we heard about the Front Rangers Cycling Club (FRCC) based in Denver, Colorado, we were excited to get involved. FRCC serves the community through the help of volunteers and the Denver Police Department to mentor at-risk urban kids using bicycling and activities as the vehicle to effect positive change.

Community Front Rangers Cycling Club riding bikes.
Pictured: And they're off! Photo courtesy of the FRCC Facebook page.

The club started more than 20 years ago and has since helped inspire more than 200 kids to get outside, get moving and learn more about their city. Recently FRCC hosted a 'Gals Only Ride' where the group explored the Cherry Creek and Platte bike paths followed by an afternoon at the Denver Art Museum. MAD Greens Catering provided riders with a nutritious lunch break before everyone got back on their bikes. Check out some fun photos from the day below:

Community Front Rangers Cycling Club riding bikes.
Pictured: Checking out Capitol Hill en route to the Denver Art Museum. Photo courtesy of the FRCC Facebook page.
 
MAD Greens provided a catered lunch for a recent Front Rangers Cycling Club event.
Pictured: Time to re-fuel. Photo courtesy of the FRCC Facebook page.

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