Bell Joy Ride ambassador program expands and kicks off in Santa Cruz, CA

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Sean Coffey, Category Manager at Bell takes the Joy Ride ladies on a tour of the Bell facility.

The Joyride ambassadors were armed with Bell’s knowledge about safety. Bike tuning and bike fit were covered as well with the top mechanics at the Ibis facility.

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The Joy Ride crew learning about the rigors of Bell’s helmet testing.

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Jamie, checking out her new Super 3 in Matte Cobalt.

The Ambassadors were kitted appropriately and proper post-ride party skills were demonstrated at the kick-off event.

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A glimpse of some of the SWAG each Joy Ride ambassador gets in their kit for the year (Camelbak, Qloom) helmets, Jerseys and Hats.

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Joy Ride Housewarming party – Susie Douglas on the rooftop deck getting to know her peers.

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Joy Ride Kickoff party at Roaring Camp – Bell employees, Industry friends and the local community all gathered to meet our new ambassadors.

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Jamie and Amber – 2 ladies from the 2017 ambassador crew.

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Girls Rock hosted the Bell Joy Ride ambassadors at IBIS on Saturday. GR was the inspiration for the program.

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