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A Black-led bike club in Kansas City peddles inclusivity

Cyclists gather and chat near the 18th and Vine District's Gregg/Klice Community Center in March, where the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Kansas City prepared for its first Monday night group ride of 2022. (Carlos Moreno/KCUR)
Cyclists gather and chat near the 18th and Vine District's Gregg/Klice Community Center in March, where the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Kansas City prepared for its first Monday night group ride of 2022. (Carlos Moreno/KCUR)

Inspired by a barrier-breaking Black cyclist, a bike club is working to get more Black residents in Kansas City, Missouri, to join the city’s cycling community.

Luke Martin of KCUR takes us for a ride with the Major Taylor Cycling Club, which encourages inclusion and healthy living.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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