Recently Hy-Lo News Editor-in-Chief, Janey Tate, interviewed Breaking the Cycle founders, Maurice Hanks and Janae Turner about their transformative summer program that provided students with free new cycling bikes, a stipend and exposure to various future career opportunities. They also shared what’s next for the popular Black cycling group.
Hy-Lo News previously reported on how the bike group has broke ground and got many Black South Florida residents into cycling, fitness and overall living healthy during the pandemic.
Get into our full interview below! For more information on this organization, visit BreaktheCycle.info.
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