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The Cycle Effect’s annual event, campaign raises over $330,000

The Cycle Effect is a youth nonprofit that works to empower young women through mountain biking. A recent in-person event, along with a digital campaign, has currently raised over $330,000 for the organization.
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Women-focused mountain biking nonprofit The Cycle Effect hosted their annual matching gift fundraiser at the end of June at Larkspur restaurant in Vail. According to a news release, the in-person event, along with a digital campaign, has currently raised over $330,000. The funds help nearly 315 young women in Eagle, Summit, Mesa and Routt counties.

The event featured stories from graduating athletes as well as a speech from a former Cycle Effect athlete who is now on the board of directors. The presentation inspired an anonymous donor to give an additional $50,000 toward the original $125,000 matching gift challenge. 

The organization is currently raising funds to unlock the full $50,000 gift. People can visit TheCycleEffect.org to donate.


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