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The Houston Chronicle picked up the Associated Press story on the Bike Trip for Kids as they cycled through the Southern and Southeastern portions of the United States.

Bike Trip for Kids: Houston Chronicle

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The Montgomery Advertiser in Alabama caught up with the Bike Trip for Kids crew when the cyclists threw out the first pitch at a Montgomery Biscuits baseball game.

Bike Trip for Kids: Montgomery Advertiser

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The Clarion Ledger newspaper covers the area of Jackson, Mississippi.  The newspaper published this story on the Bike Trip for Kids.

Bike Trip for Kids: Clarion Ledger

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The NBC affiliate in Montgomery, Alabama, WSFA-TV, ran a story on the “Bike Trip for Kids” when the team cycled through that city.

Bike Trip for Kids: WSFA-TV

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WLOX-TV in Biloxi, Mississippi featured a story on Bike Trip for Kids cyclists Dan Alexander, Dave Cywinski, and Tony Glosek

Bike Trip for Kids: WLOX in Biloxi, Mississippi

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NBC 33 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana ran a story on Bike Trip for Kids cyclists Dr. Daniel Alexander, Dr. David Cywinski, and Tony Glosek.

Bike Trip for Kids: NBC 33 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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The Fox affiliate in Baton Rouge Louisiana caught up with the Bike Trip for Kids cyclists during their tour of the Southern United States

Bike Trip for Kids: Fox 44 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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The Bike Trip for Kids were featured on the front page of “The Advertiser,” a Gannett owned newspaper in Lafayette, Louisiana.  Support team member Wayne Howard makes his media debut.

Bike Trip for Kids: The Advertiser in Lafayette, Louisiana

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The Wall Street Journal picked up the Associated Press story on the Bike Trip for Kids

Bike Trip for Kids: Wall Street Journal

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The positive PR train keeps rolling, as KFDM-TV in Beaumont, Texas ran a great, three-minute story on the Bike Trip for Kids:

Bike Trip for Kids: KFDM-TV in Beaumont, Texas

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