GII Mannequin Challenge
Take a look at GII's Mannequin Challenge.
Exercise Linked With Lower Risk Of 13 Types of Cancer
You’ve heard for years that physical activity is important for your health. You may even know that exercise is important when it comes to cancer. It may lower cancer risk by helping control weight, reduce sex hormones or insulin, and strengthen the immune system; and it can boost quality of life during cancer treatment.
Why Is Weight Loss So Difficult?
Millions of Americans struggle with obesity and experience a progressive increase in their weight over time. The weight usually becomes a problem when clothes no longer fit, when the person can’t move as quickly as in the past, when they get short of breath when walking or they start medications for a number of different health problems.
Riding in a Paceline (aka Drafting)
Pacelines (or Drafting) is a useful technique when cycling in groups. Read this article to learn more.
2016 Bowie State University Bike Tour
The 2016 BSU Bike Tour was a huge success!
GII Participates in Dawg Days of Summer Circuit Race
GII’s new race team is starting out with a bang! If you haven’t seen them race, you missed it! The race team participated in the 7th Annual Dawg Days of Summer Circuit Race on Sunday August 16, 2015 in Bowie, MD.
2015 Unity in the Community Bike Ride
On April 11, 2015, the 2nd Annual Unity in the Community event was implemented by the Town of Capitol Heights, the District of Columbia’s 6th District Police Department, Maryland National Park and Planning, Prince George’s County/ District of Columbia’s Fire Departments and several other state and local agencies. This event was held at the Oakcrest Community Center in Capitol Heights.
GII Rides with the Capitol Heights Chief of Police
On Saturday, August 16, 2014, GII and Chief Anthony L. Ayers, Sr. of the Capitol Heights Police Department hosted a bike ride for all rider levels.
2015 GII Member Spotlight: She's Gettin' It In!
Our 2015 GII Member Spotlight is on Tracey Connor!