Starting our 4th year

For 2017, our RTEO Team is excited to work with both Haro and USA Cycling’s BMX Director and Olympic Gold Medalist, Jamie Staff, on this year’s Ride to End Obesity after-school program. We have had the pleasure of educating hundreds of kids with positive messaging on eating well, staying active, …

USAC launches Junior BMX Development Team

USA CYCLING LAUNCHES U.S. JUNIOR BMX DEVELOPMENT TEAM (January 23, 2017) — USA Cycling today announced the creation of the U.S. Junior BMX Development Team. The team, which will serve as the premiere BMX development team in the United States, will focus on developing athletes who will be targeted to …

Mid-way through our 3rd season

According to the American Journal of Preventative Medicine –“The majority of children do not participate in sufficient amounts of daily, health-enhancing physical activity. One strategy to increase activity is to promote it within the after-school setting.”  It is more and more evident that schools must play a vital role in …

Ride To End Obesity Year 3

Our Ride to End Obesity, after school program is back in action, as year #3 is already underway. We’re excited to announce the addition of Dr. Jason Richardson (PhD Psychology) to our team, as he engages in an interactive discussion with participants on our belief systems, our ability to channel …

Ride To End Obesity March Update

Our Chase/DHR Team is off to a great start to the year. We have been honored to welcome on a number of new inside and outside industry sponsors to our team; GEICO, WD-40 Bike, 100%, Tioga & Zola Clean. We’ve had a great response with our Ride to End Obesity …

Ride To End Obesity 2nd Season Kick Off

The Dale Holmes Racing Team just kicked off its second season of Ride to End Obesity, an onsite at schools program educating middle school-aged youngsters on the importance of eating well, staying active, bike and street safety and the fundamentals of BMX racing. The first season was such a success, …

Ride To End Obesity Press Release

PRESS RELEASE | September 26, 2014 | For Immediate Release | Contact DaleHolmes99@gmail.com | Chula Vista, CA – Participants from Dale Holmes Racing’s, “Ride to End Obesity Program”, an interactive program offered as part of the ASES after school programming at Poway Unified School District, where middle school-aged children learn …

Ride To End Obesity Video

Capture a first-hand glance of our Ride to End Obesity program in action through this edit shot by Corinne Walder

Get Moving – Ride To End Obesity

According to Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN, sugar makes up 16% of young people in America’s diet. Not only is this contributing to a staggering number of overweight and obese youngsters but is also being linked directly to cancer and stroke. It is vitally important that we all do our …

Ride to End Obesity Round 2

The Ride to End Obesity tour continued yesterday with our team’s visit to Mesa Verde Middle School. We had great participation during our interactive classroom presentation on nutrition, the importance of exercise, the components of BMX racing and bike and street safety. We followed the in-class portion with over an …

Ride To End Obesity brings bikes to Valley Elementary

Special thanks to Emily Sorensen with Pomerado News Group for her continued coverage of our Ride to End Obesity Program. With Education Board Trustees, other philanthropists, and sponsors present at last week’s session at Valley Elementary School, the plan to expand the Ride to End Obesity Program has already begun. …

Ride to End Obesity Round 1

Round 1 of the Ride to End Obesity program kicked off successfully today at Black Mountain Middle School in the Poway Unified School District. Kids engaged in conversations about nutrition, staying hydrated, bike and street safety, aspects of training, and components of BMX Racing. Following the discussion, all of the …

Ride to End Obesity Kick Off!

Special thanks to both Barona and Wal*Mart for supporting this project. We’re looking forward to kicking off the “Ride to End Obesity” program mid March 2014! Read article.