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CONTINUING MY MISSION IN 2018
It started with just one decision. I decided I wanted to do something to make a difference ... a difference in my life and the lives of the 30,000,000 people who suffer from diabetes. I want to help them to fight the consequences, to improve the lives of all of those affected, and to find a cure. So for the fifth year, I am registered to participate in the Tour de Cure and I am now raising money to prevent diabetes.
You probably know that each year, in addition to riding the one day TourdeCure ride, I do one or more longer, more challenging rides. You may recall my epic, 2015 ride from Peninsula, Ohio to Key West, FL., Pedal the Finger Lakes to Lend a Hand in 2016, and my way cool Mountain Mama Vagabike Adventure last year.
THREE RIDES TO STOP DIABETES in 2018
My notorious knees have been getting worse, so this year, while I figure out how to cope with that, I’ll be doing shorter rides as fundraisers:
- The NorthEast Ohio TourdeCure has been discontinued, so my team, Team Lizard, has disbanded. This year, I’ll be riding a metric century (100km) in Rochester NY as a member of Genesee Beer Coasters.
- From May 8th through May 10th, I rode 188 miles on the Ohio to Erie Trail with buddy, Tom Bilcze.
- Finally, at the end of October, Tom and I will cycle over 200 miles from Key Largo to Key West and back.
So please, make a donation now, then "like" my fb page and follow my rides on Greg's Long Ride Home.
If you prefer to send a check, please send it to my Ohio non-profit (501-c3):
Ride for Diabetes, Inc.
527 Rotunda Ave
Bath Twp., OH 44333-2647
LEADING BY EXAMPLE. UNITED BY A CAUSE.
So many people are affected by diabetes and I want to do something about this disease. You can too, just by donating to the American Diabetes Association on my behalf. It would mean so much to me.
Every donation makes such a big difference. The money we raise for the Association funds critical diabetes research, information programs, and advocacy efforts that support the nearly 30 million children and adults in the U.S. with diabetes, and the 86 million with pre-diabetes.
I am forever grateful for all of those willing to help and thank you for supporting me!
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