“Season four, for the MN League is shaping up to be an exciting year,” said Josh Kleve, MN League Director. “Existing teams are expanding, new communities are coming on board and our middle school program is growing steadily. Last year at our first race, we had just over 100 middle school kids registered to race. This year, as of July 12, we are already at 100 registered Middle School racers.”
Before Minnesota schools let out for the summer, many new and existing teams held team information meetings to recruit new riders. If you missed a meeting, don’t worry, teams will continue to recruit riders over the summer, even though the pre-summer meetings were very well attended. Or contact the MN League and let them know of your interest.
Click here for teams in Minnesota to date.
The MN League operates on five principles: to be equal, inclusive and to build a strong body, mind and character through cycling. The all-are-welcome philosophy combined with the opportunity for an individual to make an impact supports why the MN league has quickly grown.
Let’s get #MOREKIDSONBIKES.