Cycling is an expensive sport. College kids are broke. Put those two things together and it’s easy to see how hard collegiate cycling can be on the wallet. Thankfully, we have some amazing sponsors which allow us to afford to do what we do. Without them, Hopkins Cycling would not be a reality. That being said, we are always looking for new sponsors to feature on our website and jerseys. If you are interested in sponsoring the team in exchange for a logo on our websites and jerseys, please email me at mike868y [at] gmail [dot] com and we can discuss the details!
Twenty20 Cycling is Baltimore’s premier bicycle shop. Located in Hampden just west of the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, Tnwety20 offers a full range of road, mountain, cyclocross, and recreational bicycle products. They are your one stop shop for cycling needs in the Baltimore Area.
De Kleine Duvel is a new Belgian brasserie opening up in Baltimore only about 15 blocks from campus. The restaurant is slated to open early next spring and should be a great gathering place for cyclists and “normals” alike and will feature delicious Belgian food and beer.
Ride for World Health is an organization that is centered around a 3,700-mile ride, from San Diego to Washington D.C. R4WH is comprised of people from across the country who share similar passions about the need for change in both international and domestic health care. Since its founding in 2006, R4WH has been dedicated to creating a dialogue on the state of healthcare in communities across the world. By bringing together activists from across the country, we hope to inspire other medical professionals, volunteers, and communities-at-large to stand up as a unified voice for the millions who suffer at home and abroad.
The Baltimore School of Music offers music lessons in a wide range of instruments. The Teachers at BSM are dedicated to providing superior musical education to Baltimore city residents and also to maintaining a sustainable business model and promoting Baltimore communities. BSM teachers are talented and active musical professionals who work tirelessly to provide the best musical training in Baltimore.
Hopkins Cycling is very thankful to the Johns Hopkins University, specifically the Student Activities Commission for providing us a bulk of the funding used to fund our spring race calendar. Without these funds, we simply would not be able to make it to the races.