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Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) works to improve cycling opportunities for Twin Ports residents. It is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created in 1994 after the Superior Bikers and the North Star Bike Club combined and is a chapter of the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA). COGGS maintains over 30 miles of multi-use, single-track trail in Duluth and hosts regular group rides throughout the area.
Harbortown Rotary is a local service organization whose members live by the motto Service Above Self and are committed to providing youth in the twin ports opportunities to grow, develop, and prosper. Harbortown Rotary funds provide scholarships for further education to local high school seniors, sponsors high school juniors for Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Camp, and supports other local youth groups and activities like Camp Miller (YMCA), Life House, Habitat for Humanity, robotics teams, holiday food baskets, and dictionaries for every third grader in the Duluth Public Schools. Rotarians operate and live their lives by the Four Way Test: Is it the Truth? Is it Fair to all Concerned? Will it Build Goodwill and Better Friendships? Will it be Beneficial to all Concerned?
National Center for Youth Development (NCYD) is a youth empowered organization with a focus on collaboration and volunteerism allows our kids to foster their own senses of competence, empathy, and community. NCYD works to support cyclists of all ages to achieve their goals through safe, educational, enjoyable experiences that expose participants to challenges appropriate to their developmental level through year-round coached individual and group activities.
Duluth DEVO Mountain Bike Program builds strong bodies, minds, and relationships through lifelong cycling. Founded in 2013, as the Duluth Composite Mountain Bike Team, we began as a team participating in the Minnesota High School Cycling League and have expanded to include programs for elementary aged youth, as well as riders seeking more technical riding in our enduro program, and youth interested in adventure riding rather than racing. DEVO programs serve over 200 youth in grades 2 – 12.