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TWENTY16 visits JKAF

TWENTY16 pro cyclists visit JKAF

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TWENTY16 training July 7, 2015 near Boise, Idaho

TWENTY16 Pro Cycling visited the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation Tuesday morning after a 50-mile training ride west of Boise in preparation for Boise’s Twilight Criterium.

TWENTY16 and Boise’s two-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong, who is the high performance director for TWENTY16, will help carry the message that education past high school is imperative for Idaho teens while in the Treasure Valley this week.

“As adults and role models, we need to open doors and help (students) walk through whatever door that best fits, whether that’s a certificate, a two-year degree, a four-year college, military or apprenticeships,” Armstrong said.

For more information about the collaboration, click here or contact TWENTY16 Team Manager Nicola Cranmer at 1(415) 246-8791, ncranmer@aol.com or Albertson Family Foundation, Communications Officer Jennie Sue Weltner, JSWeltner@www.jkaf.org, (208) 424-2640