The KindHuman Campionne carbon road bike, albeit with a slightly higher spec build.
PRESS RELEASE: Monday morning, April 7th, KindHuman co-founders Gavin Brauer and Adam Abramowicz announced to a gathering of employees, customers, friends and press their 2014 Take The Lead Cycling Scholarship recipients.
In December, the bicycle and cycling apparel manufacturer announced their Take The Lead Cycling Scholarship and their mission to change the way the bicycle industry sponsors athletes. In an effort to reward character and kindness over talent and speed, KindHuman wants to place human achievements with the bike, through the bike and for the bike on top of the podium. KindHuman is pleased to announce the recipients of their first ever Take The Lead Cycling Scholarship. The scholarship is just one part of KindHuman’s commitment to change the world through cycling.
Co-founder and Creative Leader, Adam Abramowicz said about the scholarship, “Without the scholarship, there is no KindHuman. Plain and simple. KindHuman was founded to support the growth and longevity of cycling and the scholarship is a perfect example of how we’re doing just that.”
Abramowicz went on to explain how overwhelming the quality of character and how exceptional the applicants were and are. He continued, “It made our decision very, very difficult.
“We had young boys and girls from all over the United States and Canada send in their video or written applications, we had the great opportunity to meet many of the applicants in person, and we were humbled by how our mission to change the world through cycling resonated with these kids.
“In the end, we had to pick two, one boy and one girl and I think that we couldn’t have hand picked two better ambassadors for cycling. We are please to announce our first ever KindHuman Take The Lead Cycling Scholarship recipients…
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