Shimano Live Host and Pro CX Racer Andrew Juiliano speaks with NICA President Steve Matous about getting more kids on bikes even during this exceptional time.
While the huge race campouts, where thousands of student athletes and their families gather for weekends of two wheeled fun, garner much of the attention, NICA is about more than just race days. From adventure rides to trail work weekends, the organization aims to use cycling to build character and community while fostering lifelong friendships and a love for an active lifestyle.
NICA’s president, Steve Matous, joined Shimano LIVE to talk about the history of the program, what the future holds for the organization, and how NICA is keeping kids safely on bikes during the exceptional times of COVID-19.
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