Busy All American BMX shows no signs of slowing down

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ENDICOTT – The All American BMX team in Norwich has now seen head coach Dave Lawson implement a new aspect into the team atmosphere – the STEM program.



Learning, kids don’t want to do – wrong. The All American BMX riders have welcomed the additional aspect to their newfound sport with open arms.

Thanks to the All American BMX sponsors – Norwich Rotary Club, Norwich Family YMCA and City of Norwich Youth Bureau – coach Lawson was able to purchase STEM kits (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – for a program offered after-school at the Norwich Skating Facility. The program is designed to be an equal part education equal part athletics and exercise – as the All American BMX riders are instructed on the fundamentals of the sports of BMX, while gaining hands on experience on how the bikes are assembled, built, and maintained.


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