Tour de Chequamegon event organizer Dave Schlabowske has teamed up with Brooke Goudy & Devin Cowens to offer 5 scholarship spots for riders who identify as gender expansive and BIPOC. Learn more about the Tour de Chequamegon and who is eligible to apply.
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From the Tour de Chequamegon website:
Brooke Goudy and Devin Cowens will be ride guides along for all three days of the Tour de Chequamegon weekend trip and help create a welcoming space for BIPOC cyclists of any experience level to enjoy the scenic gravel roads of Wisconsin’s Northwoods. We are holding five of the 50 spots on the Tour de Chequamegon (Sept. 22-25, 2022) for this program, and people from the Midwest will be given preference to provide an opportunity for regionally located cyclists to explore in their own backyard. There will be no charge for those five spots. We can also help with equipment and possibly offset travel expenses.
Representation matters so this scholarship opportunity will also aim to create an inclusive space for trans, women, intersex, and gender expansive adventure riders that identify as BIPOC.
For more info, visit the Tour de Chequamegon.