Leading up to this ride and during this ride, we have casually mentioned the word “WASH” throughout. But we’ve probably never completely explained what WASH is or why it’s important. So, here goes: WASH is the industry-standard acronym for water access, sanitation, and hygiene, WASH, is not an easy concept to work with for designers, marketers,…
On Day 10, what could have been a painful trek (we had heavy rain for almost the entire day) was made much better by the presence of good company. Yesterday, we had the chance to ride our 75 mile ride with our close friend, Ken Visocky O’Grady. With a fresh pair of cycling legs, Ken…
We never thought we’d see the end of New York (did we really just spend about 7 days in that state?) but we finally made our way into new territories. Day 9 saw us make a quick entrance/exit into Pennsylvania (sorry, Pennsylvania) and usher in a new state, Ohio. We won’t say that we were…
As Day 8’s go, our Day 8 was pretty great.
An interesting thing happens when you arrive at a lunch location (or any location, really) with a pod of sweating cyclists clad in identical riding gear and an RV decked out with Wheels4Water insignia: people pay attention.
Sometimes, you just have a turn of bad luck and you are helpless to stop it.
Sometimes you get sunny days and flat roads, sometimes you get thunderstorms and mountains. On Day 5, it was primarily the latter.
Day four of the ride found us cycling along the Hudson River for a good portion of the day. It was a beautiful and scenic pass through, making us more intentionally reflect on the natural beauty that has been surrounding us this entire trip.
Yesterday we completed day 3 of the ride and we’re still going strong!
Hello again! Day two of the journey is complete and we can definitely say it was just as great and challenging as day one!