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The MN Cycling Center aims to become the premier cycling, entertainment and education destination in the United States. The Center is committed to the academic growth and fitness of our region’s youth. Through the science of sports and a special standards-based curriculum developed in partnership with the Minneapolis Public Schools, the Center will offer dynamic S.T.E.A.M. programming to 6th through 12th graders, adding the “A” for athletics to improve students’ fitness and health in addition to their academics. The Center brings bikes within reach of kids and adults from all backgrounds and provides a way to explore their world and embrace a healthy lifestyle. The MN Cycling Center is more than just education, though. The facility will be a community event destination, hosting world-class racing events, concerts, expos, unique retail shops and community gatherings of all kinds.

The Track Link Bracelet – $5.00

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The Track Link Charm – $5.00

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