Albuquerque in June.
Lake Nona (Orlando) March 6th and Lakewood Ranch (Sarasota) the following weekend March 13th
Go RED Rider!!!
Buffalo in June
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Anyone interested in joining up with Team RED for the Sarasota (Lakewood Ranch) TdC, please PM me.
Registered for Indy tonight! Time for a Stormcrowe reunion "tour", lol.
I went to the ADA awards banquet tonight in Indy, for the 2010 event. Unfortunately I forgot how much I raised, so I didn't know when to stand up. Oops. Anyway, it inspired me to register.
What is bicycle touring?
"So I kept looking and eventually found that a spark plug had same threads. So I cycled next two days until I got to Jackson, MS with a spark plug instead of right pedal." - mev
A couple friends and I are riding in the Philadelphia (Ambler) Ride on June 5th. 62.5 miles
12' SuperiorLite SL Pro w/ Sram Rival | 10' SuperiorLite SL Club w/ Sram Force | 06' Giant FCR (Dropbar) w/ Shimano 5700 | 10' GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc
Colorado (Longmont) century red rider here.
I'm doing the San Diego century.
gonna be my first century ride, my first charity ride, and my first "group" ride ever! Pretty excited
Springfield, Illinois May 21st. Their first time hosting the Tour de Cure and my first time riding a century...let's hope all goes well for both!!!
As a type 1 diabetic, I thank all of you.
I'm definitely riding in the NYC one. Can someone give me a bit more information on it, preferably the NYC one. What I really want to know is the route/map and will we be riding in closed off roads?
If anyone is interested in donating, here's the link
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In for the LB century
I am riding here in our local Tour de Cure Rochester Mn and riding 51 miles. We don't have a longer ride otherwise I would ride it. I will be riding as a Red Rider as I was diagnosed with Type II in March of 2010. I was give an prescription of 3 Novolog shots per day along with 1 shot of Lantus. Three months after being diagnosed I was working on my bench in the garage and saw my old Trek 820 hanging from the rafters. It was there for over ten years. I pulled it down and cleaned it up and gave it a try. I had all I could do to ride it a half mile but I stuck with it and kept riding trying for more distance each time. In October when I had to quit riding due to snow and cold I had logged over 1250 miles with a single run of 71 miles. I averaged over 20 miles on each trip by years end. Trust me there was a lot of one mile and less trips starting out. My bike riding and continued winter exercise I have dropped 80 pounds and am no longer taking any insulin. That is right no insulin as I am controlling my Blood Sugar with diet and exercise. However I know with time I will end up back on insulin as I age. I am 54 now and it would be nice if a cure would be found before I am faced with going back on insulin. Any support would be appreciated. Thank you!
Trek 8202011 Madone 6.2 H2 Rage RedTrek 2012 2.1Saris Power Tap Pro
For the Houston Tour de Cure Sept 24 2011
A bit of history, The Pittsburgh Tour de Cure starts at the High School I grad ge aited from (Seneca Valley Harmony PA)
It was up hills both ways
This will be my second attempt
Riding in the Fargo, ND TdC on June 18. My ten year old son has Type 1 diabetes, so he'll be a Red Rider. We have a family team and will just do the 16 mile this year, but with better bikes and more stamina, we will try the 32 next year.
Already signed up for Napa/Yountville 50 miler. I'll be on a RANS Formula LE.
Silver Eagle Pilot
Here is short video of the Redmond Wa. Tour last year. Cant wait to ride again!
I definitely want to do it. I will be going for the one in Reston, Va.
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