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Company sponsors youth mountain biking group; president Dave Dirubbo serves as assistant coach
PEMBROKE and HINGHAM, MA, ISSUED JUNE 19, 2018…Acella Construction Corporation, a leader in construction management and now celebrating its 15th year in operation, recently announced its ongoing partnership with the Wompatuck Warriors Youth Mountain Biking Group. Dave Dirubbo, president of Acella Construction Corporation, has been involved since the inception of the Wompatuck Warriors in March 2017; he just completed his second year serving as an assistant coach of the group. Additionally, Acella Construction Corporation sponsors the group and provides a trailer to transport race-day supplies, bikes, and spare equipment for the team’s events, as well as provides additional supplies and equipment as needed.
The Wompatuck Warriors has a total of 36 kids, ranging in age from 7th to 12th grade and from towns ranging from Plymouth to Quincy, with a concentration of children from Norwell and Hingham. They meet three times a week until the six-week racing season, during which the team competes every Saturday around New England.
Groups are divided based on ability levels, and the team practices several components of the sport, on and off the bikes, including skills and drills, time trials, group rides, hill repeats, maintenance, tire changes, mounting and dismounting during races, and obstacle skills.
Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA, is the team’s home course. The group also travels to other parks during racing season as well as Kingdom Trails in Vermont over the summer.
Passionate about both mountain biking and giving back to the community, Dirubbo jumped at the opportunity to mentor young children in a sport that has played an important role in his life.
“As assistant coach I have loved watching the kids progress throughout this season and last,” said Dirubbo. “Plus, being involved forces me to get out for a ride!”
About Wompatuck Warriors
Founded in March 2017, the mission of the Wompatuck Warriors is to promote mountain biking skills, trail stewardship and racing for children grades 7 through 12. For more information, visit the FOW Wompatuck Warriors page on Facebook.com or call (781) 249-0010.
The Acella team, led by Scott Brash, the project superintendent, and several huge time saving ideas by Anthony Dirubbo, allowed us to complete our 14,200 s/f building on time. I have never worked with a better superintendent than Scott – as he performed miracles on a daily basis. If you are contemplating building a club house, please take the time to call Dave Dirubbo, Acella’s president and make an appointment. You will not be disappointed.
Yarmouth Port, MA