Well, I did it… Traveled through 289.95 km of beautiful Quebec countryside, only to wake up Monday morning wishing the Ride wasn’t over. Jockeyed for position with 1450 other cyclists, and made that skin-tight yellow and black bike outfit look good! Pushed through several hours of torrential downpour on the first afternoon and went to bed at 7 pm on a Saturday night.
Almost exactly one year after Sabrina’s leukemia diagnosis, this weekend’s Ride felt like the perfect way to celebrate her winning battle against cancer. This year, she spent the Ride weekend serving lunches to hungry cyclists, but one thing’s for sure — Sabrina and I will be doing the Ride side by side next year. If you’d like to join us (and you should!), click on this link to register early, and get the reduced registration fee.
With your help, I was able to raise $3,334.68 for the Jewish General Hospital — a nice contribution towards the whopping $5.7 million that was raised in total. Once again, and on behalf of the hospital, big thanks for all your support. I couldn’t have done it without you.