Monday, November 2, 2009

More pictures and facebook page

Thanks everyone for participating in the Halloween triathlon this past weekend!
Although our first annual was a small event, everyone had a great time and did a great job competing! We raised enough money to buy more than one bike for world bicycle relief this weekend alone! More events to come, stay tuned for more volunteer and sports opportunities as well as our soon to be clothing line. Feel free to leave any suggestions here!

Love love love

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween Triathlon Pictures

Pictures here

If anyone wants more pictures of themselves, email Charisa Gum.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Halloween Triathlon Results

1. Adam Kofod 43:03
2. Joseph Kennedy 44:40
3. Matthew Saunter 44:54
4. Mike Buelsing 45:11
5. Nguyen Le 45:30
6. Daniel Koval 46:12
7. Andrew Tanaka 50:14
8. Kurt Chambers 50:15
9. Jeff Oh 58:50

1. Liat Partner 52:57
2. Kathy Barbina 59:54
3. Ruth Atkins 1:00:45
4. Diane Sweeney 1:04:35
5. California Miles 1:11:02
6. Shana Reitzenstein 1:11:32
7. Christine Lawson 1:14:54

Monday, October 26, 2009

Bike/run route

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Let them ride…

         The concept behind Let them ride… is recognizing that it’s the little things that count when it comes to saving the world. We may not be able to solve problems like world hunger, oil shortages, the worldwide recession or global warming overnight but the little things we do count. By living simply we can help both our community and the world. By limiting our waste we help stop pollution and over-consumption, by helping a child with their homework we improve our education system, and by riding bikes we not only minimize our carbon footprint but we also improve our health. The specific purpose for Let them ride…! Is to be a living example of our beliefs and by practicing what we preach and from that we will be able to raise money to support the children of developing countries such as India and Africa, to be able to have a good education and learn how they can help their own community be sustainable. In this way the little things we do benefit not only our community or ourselves, but also the communities we help and the communities that they will help in the future.