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iBike village ride cruising through Yigo

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Cycling Federation's iBike Committee will have its next Village Ride on Monday. The group supports safer riding conditions and the village ride will begin at Mark's Hardware/Shen's Furniture parking lot in Yigo at 9am. The ride is free and riders of all ages are welcome to participate. 

Children under 10 must be secured in seats or trailers or riding on a third wheel towed bike attachment.  Helmet use, especially with youth riders, is strongly encouraged.

The committee is hosting monthly village rides throughout this year to promote safer riding conditions on the public rights of way.

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