If you happened to miss our press release in late October, we’re happy to announce (or remind you) that Kids Riding Bikes will be at eight schools in Hendricks County in 2016! We finalized a corporate partnership with Hendricks Regional Health that will give us the chance to bring our innovative youth bicycle fitness program to schools in Avon, Brownsburg, Danville, and Plainfield. Kids Riding Bikes will be in Brownsburg this upcoming Thursday and Friday to launch our programming officially in the county. We’ll be at Brownsburg for the next four weeks bringing our program to students in their East & West Middle Schools.
Expansion into Hendricks County in 2016 will mark the first time that our programs will be piloted to youth in the aforementioned towns. Moreover, as part of our partnership with Hendricks Regional Health, our programming will be delivered to three community events in Hendricks County in 2016. Announcement of those events will be made available once they are known.
Nine13sports will have an exclusive healthcare industry relationship with Hendricks Regional Health within the county as part of our partnership. This partnership will impact the community in multiple ways, most visibly by providing Kids Riding Bikes programs to more than 1,500 youth for a once per week program session over the course of four weeks.
The launch into Hendricks County also is part of a growth strategy for Nine13 to launch an additional program operations team to further serve Hendricks, Shelby, and Marion counties in 2016 creating the ability to schedule an additional 40 schools per year. Hendricks County is known for their endless amount of scenic routes throughout the county, in addition to greenways and variety of cycling events, therefore, we’re excited to give kids another outlet to experience cycling in a county that already offers a great deal to their cyclists!
For more information on our recent partnership with Hendricks Regional Health, check out the official press release from late October.