The 2012 Team has made the news again!!
Featured in the May issue of Bicycle Paper, the largest print media publication dedicated to Bicycling in the Pacific NorthWest.
Jennifer Forsyth wrote this fantastic article and we can’t THANK her enough.
Check this link out to read the whole article
In other News….
AdventureCycling.org has a twice-monthly Bicycle Bulletin called “BikeBits”. On May 2, 2012 they mentioned us in their e-newsletter which is distributed to over 45,000 readers.
TEAM LAUGHING DOG DOES IT AGAIN
Speaking of RAAM, longtime Adventure Cycling member Mel Dick of
Sandpoint, Idaho, wrote to tell us that Team Laughing Dog, of which he
is a member, is raising funds and awareness for Northern Idaho families
dealing with autism. For this year’s RAAM, Team Laughing Dog is entering
an all-female team of four. “There are only two female teams competing
in RAAM,” Mel wrote, “to think that a small community like Sandpoint,
population 8,000, can field teams back to back is pretty amazing [the
2011 team was all male]. We have a great bicycling community here, which
gives back to the greater Sandpoint community.” Mel added that autism is
growing at an alarming rate in the U.S. To learn more about Team Laughing
Dog and its good works, click here:
If you’d like to learn more about “BikeBits” Check them out….
Bike Bits Vol. 14, No. 9, May 2, 2012
This is the 285th issue of Bike Bits, Adventure Cycling’s twice-monthly
bicycle bulletin. Bike Bits is delivered to you — and 44,907 other
readers — because you’ve signed up for it at the Adventure Cycling
Association website, http://www.adventurecycling.org. Bike Bits arrives
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information. We want to inspire you to dream and to live your own
THANK YOU Adventure Cycling…We appreciate the pub for a great cause!
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