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Freewheelers Grades 6-8 - Community Cycling Center Bike Shop - 1700 NE Alberta St., Portland, OR
All young people benefit from feeling the strength and self-reliance that comes with bicycling. This is especially true for our Freewheelers Camp. This group goes the distance, covering more miles than any other camp. Using regional trails and greenways, the Freewheelers have the opportunity to explore the breadth of Portland and sometimes even Vancouver and Gresham. With the expert guidance of our instructors, Freewheelers choose destinations as a group, set team goals, and experience the empowerment that comes with a week on two wheels. Skills they will develop: • Completing sharp turns • Riding down a hill fast while in total control of the bike • Understanding of right of way • Navigating and riding in traffic: signaling or communicating with other road users, taking the lane, etc. • Troubleshooting problems and communicating effectively with a mechanic 503-288-8864 x321


Geography of Cleburne County, AL

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 561.02 square miles , of which 560.21 square miles is land and 0.81 square miles is water. Cleburne County is home to Alabama's highest natural point on Cheaha Mountain which is part of the southernmost mountain range in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Cleburne County Courthouse in March 1980 . Cheaha Mountain , Cleburne County Shoal Creek Church is a historic church located in Cleburne County just north of Edwardsville , Alabama in Talladega National Forest . The church was built in 1895 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 4 , 1974 . Major highways Interstate 20 U.S. Highway 78 U.S. Highway 431 State Route 9 State Route 46 Rail Norfolk Southern Railway Amtrak Adjacent counties Cherokee County, Alabama - north Polk County, Georgia - northeast Haralson County, Georgia - east Carroll County, Georgia - southeast Randolph County, Alabama - south Clay County, Alabama - southwest Talladega County, Alabama - southwest Calhoun County, Alabama - west See also: List of counties bordering eight or more counties National protected area Talladega National Forest .

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