To support the academic progress of student cyclists toward intellectual development and graduation.
To build philosophical foundations for the development of athletics programs that are broad based, equitable, and dedicated to the well being of the student cyclists.
To support the development of well-balanced lifestyle for student-cyclists, encouraging
emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth, and decision-making skills.
To encourage the student cyclists to develop and pursue career and life goals.
To engage the student-cyclists in service to his/her campus and surrounding communities.
“To Have Students, Their Parents, and School Administrator Be Informed and Entertained About Cycling By Doing.”
The young people IC3 has identified and will be targeting with this racing meet and festival are good kids and hard working students. Unfortunately, due to their ethnicity, race, economic barriers, they are “AT RISK”. Many of them are focusing their energies on drugs, gangs, and other caustic behavior early in life. IC3 is dedicated and committed towards improving the lives of these students. However, being dedicated and committed alone is not enough to execute an event such as this. Funding is required to make this tournament viable. Most of the participants that this racing meet and festival is targeting are economically disadvantaged and/or come from single family homes. Their families can’t afford the costs associated with cycling (ie: equipment, clothing, tournament fees, etc). With grant funding and other sponsorship, IC3 will be able to execute this race meet and festival and show these inner city students that there is a positive, healthy, and financially rewarding alternative through cycling.
The goals and objectives of this racing meet and festival are as follows:
1) Familiarize inner city junior high and high school students, parents, and school administrators about cycling challenges many rewards. Many inner city youths, their parents, and school administrators are simply not aware of cycling as an athletic career. They are only familiar with the career rewards of the main stream sports – football, baseball, basketball, etc.
2) Expose the students, parents, and school staffs about health benefits of cycling.
At the end of the bicycle race and festival, a junior high will be crowned LA Fastest Cycling Champion boys and LA Fastest Cycling Champion girls. Likewise, a high school will be crowned LA Fastest Cycling Champion boys, and LA Fastest Cycling Champion girls. Also at the end of the event, we would have crowned a best bicycle hip hop sound winner, a coolest bicycle contest winner, a best futuristic bike winner, and a cycling essay contest winner. ALL THESE WINNERS WILL BE FROM JUNIOR AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM OUR INNER CITIES.
NOTICE: PLEASE READ THIS PAGE IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE FILLING OUT ANY OF OUR FORMS. PLEASE ADHERE TO THE INSTRUCTIONS, RULES, AND REGULATIONS ON THIS PAGE, THE APPLICATION FORM PAGE, AND ON THE APPLICATION/REGISTRATION FORMS. THESE GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE TO HELP MAKE THIS EVENT SUCCESSFUL SO THAT WE CAN HAVE IT EVERY YEAR.
DATE: Saturday September 26, 2020
STUDENT CYCLISTS REGISTRATION: 7 am to 8 am
RACE TIME: 7 am to 12 pm
POST RIDE FESTIVAL: 12 pm to 5 pm
LOCATION: Julian C. Dixon Park | 4800 S. Hoover | Los Angeles, CA 90037
**Please note that the event date, time, and location are subject to change base on authorization from LA city officials and funding**
After the ride, a health fair expo and festival will be held at the nearby Julian C. Dixon Park from 12 pm to 5 pm. This post community ride event will comprise of
1) Concert and Music
3 Vendor Booths
4) Health and Other Workshops
5) Other Entertainment
1) The race will start at 8:00 am (START LOCATION: 47th Street and Hoover)
2) Riders registration will be between 7:00 am to 8:00 am. NO LATE REGISTRATION WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE DAY OF THE RIDE!! NO EXCEPTIONS!!
3) STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO FILL OUT THE STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM LOCATED UNDER THE APPLICATION FORMS LINK. IN ADDITION, ALL STUDENTS MUST GET AN AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE FROM THEIR PARENT(S) OR GUARDIAN ON THE FORM!! CONSULT WITH YOUR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR THAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS EVENT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
4) ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR PROTECTIVE CYCLING GEAR (PART OF BIKE SAFETY!!)
5) Event contact number:
(323)839-5012 (other numbers coming soon)
1) Vendor booth registration and setup: 7 am to 11 am
2) Festival starts 12 pm
3) Vendor booth application can be filled out and/or downloaded from this website. The application is located under the application forms link.
4) Event contact number:
(323)839-5012 (other numbers coming soon)
FIRST PLACE: T.B.D.
SECOND PLACE: T.B.D.
THIRD PLACE: T.B.D.
The web link below is the address to the school programs page. There you will find a detail proposal about the school race and festival.
The event will be similar to the NCAA Final Four March Madness, except it will occur in one day.
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