The ride is ridden and the funds are raised! On June 5, I rode 100 miles to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and you all helped by donating to most ever to support me in this event.
One of the lessons I’ve learned through cycling is that to achieve a certain outcome, staying committed to your process is important, especially when you start to feel some adversity.
America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride — my first charity event this year — has been cancelled. Team-in-Training has announced that we’re shifting to the Tour de Tahoe event in September. With events being cancelled, how are you keeping motivated to ride?
I re-aggravated my back pain and had to sit (lay) out a second weekend of training, but it turned out that Mark Cuban may have diagnosed my injury.
This year, I’m returning to America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride — a 100-mile route around Lake Tahoe, CA in June — for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. I want to bring my all-time funds raised to over $10K and would appreciate your support!