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The Cycle Effect, a nonprofit that empowers women through mountain biking, names new Summit County manager

The Cycle Effect, a nonprofit focused on empowering women through mountain biking, recently made changes to its Summit County team by promoting Isidra Luna to manager. 

Luna began as an athlete in 2014, came back as a coach in 2019 and most recently worked part time as the Summit County team coordinator. Before joining The Cycle Effect, she worked for over six years at the Summit Community Care Clinic in different roles such as patient navigator and dental biller.

The Cycle Effect serves 315 girls ages 10-18 throughout Eagle, Mesa, Routt and Summit counties who who may not have the opportunity to participate in the sport. The nonprofit provides participants with bikes, equipment and a diverse coaching staff for little cost. Visit TheCycleEffect.org for more information.


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