A little four months ago, Ride Hard Breathe Easy left Newtown Square, PA to go west; very west, to The Golden Gate Bridge to raise money and awareness for lung cancer. From all the comments and hearts touched over the next 52 days, I know we made a difference for lung cancer patients. We met… Continue reading How Ride Hard Breathe Easy Will Help All Lung Cancer Patients
Planning for Ride Hard Breathe Easy 2018 has Begun! The planning for Ride Hard Breathe Easy 2018 officially started this week with our first call with The Steering Committee. We talked about the mission, ways to grow, and we will have our next call in a little over two weeks. The Committee is ready and… Continue reading And we’re off!
Today is Thanksgiving Number 56 for me and I am so, so thankful for many reasons. I have a beautiful wife, and together we are doing what we can for everyone impacted by lung cancer. We have been fighting for this cause since Mom was diagnosed in 2011, and our goal is to raise and… Continue reading So Many Reasons to be Thankful
Ride Hard Breathe Easy is over, and it was a blast. Here are a few things to chew on: There were 13 SAGger teams and a total of 21 people who SAGged during the ride More than 100 people gave their time, money and heart to support this ride and all lung cancer patients The… Continue reading Ride Hard. Breathe Easy is over. And the cause continues!
Well, the journey is complete and I am here in San Francisco with my beautiful wife, Beth. It has been an amazing 52 days of riding, and a very special nine months getting ready for Ride Hard Breathe Easy. The first blog was on November 2 in County Mayo, Ireland, from the property where Mom… Continue reading Family is everything!
After a big Eagles win last night, Tom, Pat, Sean Lamb (from SJP) and Andy Hancock (from SAP) started Day 51 from Fremont, CA. We eventually completed another 65 miles on our way near The Golden Gate Bridge. Along the way, we stopped at SAP in Palo Alto and picked up three more riders. Eric,… Continue reading Almost there!
Wow. That’s what immediately comes to mind. Day 50 was a BIG Day! Bill and I started from just outside of Stockton, CA and rode about 12 miles to start. We then went up to the northern part of Stockton to Manlio Silva Elementary School to see some children in the YMCA program. Emily asked… Continue reading What! A! Day!