Now that the dust has settled, we wanted to take some time to thank the people who made the entire Wheels4Water ride a success. We really cannot express how grateful we are to have had you be a part of the team!
What started off as a pipe dream last summer ended after 15 days on the road, 1,205 miles, and over $93,000 raised to provide safe water and sanitation resources for 2,350 people in Lira, Uganda. It is unbelievable how this journey turned out, and we are so grateful to everyone who made it a success!…
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!
Well, day one is done! We wanted to give you a brief update on how the day looked yesterday (but definitely check out the video at the end of this entry for a better account)!
Since we’ve started this journey, a lot of people have been asking: “How do you train for a 1,000+ mile bike trip??” Well, the answer is not simple…but thankfully our trusted personal trainer and performance specialist, TJ Booe (and VP of Operations at Ethos360 gym) has agreed to help share some of the keys to…
We have exciting news! For the last few weeks we’ve been posting teasers of our awesome Pactimo cycling jerseys on our social media networks and a lot of you have asked if you can own one for yourself. Well, you’re in luck!
Today we want to say thank you to MOO.COM, a Wheels4Water sponsor. MOO is a Boston-based company that doesn’t just like to print, they love to print. They also have a heart for good causes, as evidenced by them joining the Wheels4Water story!
We have an exciting opportunity…but we need your help! We have been so amazed to see all the support that has come in over the past few months—thank you to those who have donated already! There’s a new development that we want to make you aware of, and we need your help spreading the word!