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RTC's Work in Camden, N.J., Opens a New World for Students, Residents

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy's Camden Youth Cycling Learning and Exercising program (CYCLE) is about getting young students on bikes, teaching them how to ride safely, and showing them that with a bike and a pathway, the world is their oyster. But the program is also opening up new options for biking and walking. Thanks to our partners at the Campbell Soup Foundation, the William Penn Foundation and the Coopers Ferry Development Association, this work is helping to revitalize this former center of manufacturing on the banks of the Delaware River.


Posted Tue, Sep 13 2011 11:28 AM by Jake Lynch


Laraine Deutsch wrote re: RTC's Work in Camden, N.J., Opens a New World for Students, Residents
on Wed, Sep 14 2011 3:27 PM

Corperate America has the money to give for these programs & Campbells stepped up. The kids looked very fit & smiley and brain protected;helmets. I speculate they'll be life longs bikers & bring others into our 'fold'.  yippee.

Farmington Hills, Mi.

RTC TrailBlog wrote A Simple Machine Opens Big Door for Kids in U.S. Cities
on Fri, Aug 10 2012 12:30 PM

Detroit knows what time it is. We love this great story at Mode Shift (right) about the Earn-a-Bike program

RTC TrailBlog wrote From Jersey, With Love - RTC's Newest Team Member Has Big Plans for His Own Neighborhood
on Wed, Nov 28 2012 1:56 PM

By Jake Lynch Always a very civic minded guy, for New Jersey's Akram Abed (right) the connection between


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