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JoyRide's JAAM to Cycle Across America

JoyRide Cycling Studio announces the kick-off of their JAAM challenge for 2016! From March 21-April 11, participants get to “cycle across America” with a team of 4 peers to achieve the goal of being the first team to cycle a cumulative 2,500 miles, which is the approximate distance from San Diego to Westport. Each participant on the teams of four are encouraged to participate in up to 8 classes per week at 25 miles per class at either participating JoyRide Cycling Studio. Each member is responsible for 625 miles individually to win. Visit joyridestudio.com for more information.

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