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ICON Health & Fitness Creates and Donates Custom Bike Racks

Designed and brought to life by ICON employees Allison Flippence, Jared Willardson, Alex Sheperd, David Behrns and David Darby, the bike racks reflect the ICON logo and supports up to six bikes. ICON employees will hold a group ride to celebrate the company’s involvement in Bike to Work and School Week. Scheduled after work on May 19, the ride will begin at ICON’s headquarters with riders traveling to Rendezvous Park, First Dam and ending at Stokes Nature Center for the concert and raffle put together by The Trails Cache.

“As the County Trails Planner, I'm excited to see such great support from ICON and other local business in promoting and supporting Bike to Work and School Week festivities. They recognized a need and acted quickly. It’s heartwarming to see ICON play a role in sponsoring and supporting this week’s festivities and Cache Valley as a whole,” said Dayton Crites, Cache County Trails Planner.

May’s National Bike Month includes an ever-expanding list of festivities in Cache Valley — the biggest events celebrating Bike to Work and School Week are scheduled for May 15-19, 2017. This year's focus is on riders obtaining a bicycle passport. Local restaurants plan to take part by offering free breakfast to riders brandishing their bicycle passports. Each time a rider presents his/her passport to a participating business, he/she earns a stamp. Each stamp equates to one entry in the final prize drawings.

Live music and a raffle for prizes will begin at 5:30 PM Friday night at Stoke’s Nature Center at the mouth of Logan Canyon.  ICON, Altra and other Cache Valley businesses have generously donated items to be given away as prizes. One lucky participant will roll away with a brand new bicycle.  Visit The Trails Cache for more details.

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