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I looks like you have found a way to stay active that you love so just keep having fun. You have 2 very good charities in mind. I support a c0-worker who does the MS ride here in AZ every year.
Best wishes as you work to raise money for your goals
That is great - going the distance for a cause...thanks for sharing with the team....
All the best to you!
"A woman is like a tea bag- you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water."
When facing resistance, think "softness" and let go.
On March 4, 2009 I went into the woods to look for an individual who had just assaulted his wife. I lost my footing and ended up hitting my left knee on some branches covering the ground. My leg went instantly numb and was visibly distorted I learned later that I had broken my tibia. I was back to full duty almost a year later thanks to the doctors, physical therapist and my strong determination achieved from my time in the Marine Corps. In 2011 I began implementing cycling into my exercise program and I fell in love with it again. Iím using my bike to build a better me through charity rides and living a healthy life style.
I believe that everything happens for a reason so I took my new found love for cycling and using it towards raising money for charities. I plan on doing two charities rides this year the Police Unity Tour (May) and MS 150 (June). With both rides I will be traveling 400 miles over five days and I canít wait. I achieved my fundraising goals for the Police Unity Tour so now I have to start on working on my fundraising goals for the MS 150. You can help support research to help end Multiple Sclerosis as little as $20. That $20 can go along way so donate to this great cause.
ďPain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever.Ē-Lance Armstrong
"If the word quit is part of your vocabulary, then the word finish is likely not."