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The End of My Atlantic Coast Cycling Journey

Within a week, I will finish my 2,500 Atlantic Coast Cycling tour and Cycling for Good. Over the next week, in lieu of my “regular” schedule, I’ll remind you of the people who inspired my ride – both before and during my adventure. So hang in there – lots of posts to come, and without predictable internet, they may come in spurts! Continue Reading

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Cycling for Good and Canine Assistants

Welcome to week one of my 2,500 mile ride I call Cycling for Good! This week I ride to benefit Canine Assistants.

Each week, I’m riding in honor of someone who inspires me and others to make the world around us a better place. We all have heroes. Mine are my brother James, and my sister-in-law Paula.   This week, I ride in their honor and to raise funds for Canine Assistants.  You can read their story and you’ll have a chance to make a difference, too. Continue Reading

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Canine Assistants, Challenged Athletes Foundation, Charities, Chris4Life, Fitter After 50, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, National MS Society, Ride For Good, Running, Senior Connections Atlanta, Team Type1D

Cycling For Good

I have a lot to gain from cycling the Atlantic Coast. I’ll get more fit. Have a challenge and the adventure of a lifetime. See the country on bike time. Meet great people.  But I want to do more.

I want to take this opportunity to raise awareness and funds for some charities that mean a lot to people who have made life better for me and others around them.

Each week, I’ll ride in honor of someone who has inspired me. I’ll introduce you to them and tell you about a charity that is their cause. And you’ll have a chance to make a difference.

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