Friday, August 1, 2008

Made it to the start of the PMC

The last three days from Larchmont through Connecticut and into our last state were very exciting as we ramped up to the PMC. We rode into Sturbridge and saw all the "Welcome Pan Mass Riders!" signs, which reminded us that we are more than just a cross-USA team of two. We are part of something bigger - the universal fight against cancer for the universal cure.

We cannot wait to attend the opening ceremonies tonight to see the other 5,000 cyclists riding with us to Provincetown over the next two days. This weekend, sharing stories and motivations with fellow PMC riders while rolling through Massachusetts will undoubtedly be the most rewarding part of our journey. Celebrating our final day of riding on what would have been our mother's birthday this Sunday will be pretty special, as well.

Thanks to everyone for all of the love and support over the last two months and 4,100 miles. Also, this is not the last weekend to donate - donations can still be made through September.

192 miles to go!

1 comment:

One Food Guy said...

Hey guys, congratulations! I rode in the PMC this weekend - said hi and congrats to you at one of the water stops (after you saw me pointing you two out to someone I was with)!

Very well done on your long journey!