The morning forecast said only a 10% chance of rain, and we being an optimistic group went for a ride. However, only one half mile into the ride it started to rain, undeterred we pedaled on experiencing both wet road and dry roads. The rain seemed to be selective as to where it wanted to fall.
The axiom that ‘any ride is a good ride’ held true because the returning riders’ spirits were not dampened by the weather.
The ride was sponsored by Advantage Auto Service and started at Johnson’s Corner Farm, who welcomed us before the start and provided a tent at the end for us to gather and enjoy sliced watermelon.
The Voler online store has been extended to August 27th to allow more opportunity to order your Team Evesham kits and other accessories. Please take advantage of this as it may be last time you’ll be able to order this year. All gear ordered will be shipped by October 5th. Go HERE to order.
Help make a difference in the life of a returning US service member. Join your teammates on Saturday, September 15 as they ride in the Foster 100, an incredible ride from Philadelphia to Cape May. This ride goes onto the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and then over the bridge into New Jersey. Once you are in NJ the terrain is flat and the roads are relatively free of traffic.
This organization is 100% volunteer, there are no professional fundraisers, the goal is to purchase and train service dogs for returning veterans. These dogs are provided to ease the effects of combat. As a rider you will travel with a small group (platoon) that rides at the same speed, just like our rides. You will have motorcycle escort and a SAG vehicle with each platoon. Plus there is incredible food and a smashing after party. All riders receive a Foster 100 team jersey. Bus transportation is provided to return both you and your bike to Philadelphia.
There are only handful of spaces remaining so join the other Team Evesham riders in this spectacular ride, go here to register. The ride is limited to only 200 cyclists, don’t miss this event!
He completed his training while he was in the USA. Now back in Australia and off to sea. He sure looks different from when he’s in his Team Evesham kit.