The above photo is the end result of Cycle for the Cause 2012: More than $470,000 raised for the HIV/AIDS services offered by the LGBT Community Center. I have to thank the more than 50 donors contributing to my ride this year. Together we pushed my fund raising total to a personal record $4,000. I [...]
The top news of today is that Cycle for the Cause raised more than $450k for the HIV/AIDS Services provided by The LGBT Community Center in NYC. I rode in to the closing ceremony holding area at about 2:10 this afternoon after completing approximately 64 miles of the 69 mile course. With so much of [...]
Hello from Danbury CT where Cycle for the Cause wrapped up an 84 mile very hilly ride today. Of that I did 64.8 miles. Today the 20 missed were all caboose detail related as I had no mechanical issue at all. Caboosing continues to be an excellent adventure. As we refined the way it occurs [...]
I’m sitting in a Farmington CT hotel room writing this on my iPad after covering 111.8 miles over 12 hours after starting in Framingham MA this morning. To be upfront, I was only on my bike for about 70 of those miles. The rest were spent in vans moving forward either because I was moving [...]
This past Sunday I rode in the NYC Century bike ride, which is a 100 mile (actually a 106 mile according to the route cue sheet) ride that takes place across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. I’ve been curious about this ride for a while, but the ride date has often conflicted with the [...]
Matthew will be diving tomorrow and Saturday. Go Matt, go!
Of course there are many good looking men competing at the Olympics. By far my favorite is Danell Leyva. I saw him for the first time during the qualifiers when he earned his place on the US men’s gymnastics team. Now that I’ve seen more of him at the Olympics, I’m in complete crush mode. [...]