Pedal Report: July 2020 Pause the pedal to read our newsletter and learn about Sacred Cycle’s Summer Programming and Events including Eagle Valley Behavioral Health Partners with Sacred Cycle - 2020 Community Rides Return - New Branded Merchandise: Pre-Orders Available Soon - TikTok Challenge Allows Girls...

Pedal Report  |  Winter 2019 Edition A Pull to the Future Just six weeks in as the new Executive Director of Sacred Cycle, I am blown away by the organization’s momentum. It takes a village and our village is in urban sprawl mode! With each conversation had, I...

  Pedal Report  |  Fall 2019 EditionCycling & Healing: Shared Common Interest Dear Friends and Family, In a few short weeks, our 3rd season working with survivors of sexual trauma will conclude with our signature Fall retreat. As the days grow shorter and we wind down seasonal programs, we...

 Pedal Report  |  Summer 2019 EditionSetting Intentions & Seeing Success Dear Supporters, My intention when starting Sacred Cycle was to try to rattle, cause discomfort, and wake people into wanting to fight to make changes. I’m pleased we are accomplishing that goal within our community. We are hopeful that...

 View this email in your browserPedal Report  |  Spring 2019 Edition2019 Season is on the Horizon What an epic year for snow it’s been. I’m guessing few people are thinking about riding bikes just yet; however, at Sacred Cycle the cycling season never ends. We’ve been busy...

 View this email in your browserPedal Report  |  Winter 2018 EditionHappy New Year from Sacred Cycle 2018 has certainly been a busy year. We are grateful for the ongoing support! In the past several months, Sacred Cycle has received very exciting film and television inquiries. Organizations...

 Pedal Report  |  Fall 2018 EditionSecond Season Wraps Up With an early fall fast approaching and the 2018 season winding down, thank you for the support you provided, financially, through volunteerism, becoming more educated in the issues affecting survivors, or by simply bearing witness to the suffering...