Cycling can often make one feel kind of small, like not enough, not adequate. So we work hard to feel value, to feel worthy. But, during my recent ride for No Kid Hungry, I had moments of feeling a different kind of small, in relation to the unknown grand scheme, and felt a different kind of value.
While I would never openly voice this term, it seems the only appropriate one to describe Narajan Singh is bad ass.
My mom and unofficial publicist contacted Jus Punjabi TV about last week’s bike ride for No Kid Hungry, and Aashmeeta, host of “The Good News Show”, graciously invited me to come on her program to talk about the bike ride, cycling for seva (and what’s next), Sikh participation and representation in sports and other things. Check out the video here.
Thanks to all who supported my 107-mile ride from Sacramento to San Francisco for No Kid Hungry! I learned that it’s true what they say about riding a bike, and more important, we raised $2,182 to help get food to kids in these difficult times.
To raise funds for No Kid Hungry, I’m pledging to ride my bike over 100 miles from Sacramento’s Tower Bridge to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco on Saturday, October 10. This isn’t a formal event but a personal, self-supported initiative.