From Folks for Bikes: “SRAM generously provided to match our $5,000 donation to Silver Stallion Bicycle & Espresso Works if we will get 200 riders to trip 100 miles by the top of the month. That’s 100 miles complete, not suddenly. Silver Stallion is a small nonprofit bicycle recyclery primarily based in Gallup, NM, serving Dinétah (the Navajo Nation) and the encompassing communities with a mission to empower and develop youth and younger grownup vocational expertise within the bicycle restore and specialty espresso industries”. So I’ve to trip 100 miles by 11/30. I rode the primary 42 mils on Thursday and Friday and can polish the remaining at present. It’s good to have my train contribute to a worthy trigger like this.
Revealed by BionicOldGuy
I’m a Mechanical Engineer born in 1953, Ph. D, Stanford, 1980. I’ve been lively within the mechanical CAE discipline for many years. I even have a lifelong curiosity in outside actions and health. I’ve had each hips changed and a coronary heart valve substitute as a result of a genetic situation. This weblog chronicles my adventures in staying lively regardless of these bumps within the highway.
View all posts by BionicOldGuy