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!
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)!
The day is finally here! As you read this, Justin and Brian have already taken position on their bikes and are pedaling their way through Massachusetts! Can you believe it?? We don’t have much to say, except that we hope you will continue to help us raise awareness of the worldwide water and sanitation crisis.…
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…
With the ride fast approaching (seriously…how are we so close already??) we wanted to take some time to introduce a few more of our crew members! Today we bring you a bit about Rob and Ryan Connary!