Sponsor Ernesto Somoza adamantly encourages Pueblo High School students to join the Road Warriors Club if they are looking for something to do after school that’s a little bit different than just joining a sports team.
“Road Warrior members have the opportunity to meet other bicyclists in the community. Tucson is truly a bicycle-loving and bicycle-friendly city.” Somoza said.
The club was founded in 2001 and through the years members have participated in many local bike events including the world-renowned El Tour de Tucson. This year the club shattered the previous 975-minute record for a stationary bike ride in Indoor El Tour De Tucson with a new time of 1,020 minutes, or 17 hours!
Pueblo High is a Title 1 school and funding for the club is reliant 100% on donations and fundraising. One of their goals this year is to be able to have matching jerseys for all the members. We Ride 4 wants to help by designing a jersey and raising the money to buy the jerseys for all club members. Please consider helping by donating!
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