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Nate's Cycling Adventures 2023 - The Dirty Dozen


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Once again this year I'm prepping to ride a century in support of the Kelly Brush Foundation. Between Zwifting as required by the rainiest spring in history, the MTBs, and getting outside as much as possible this summer I'm piling on the miles in preparation this year and should in proper form before the event. Once again this year it'll be an in-person ride up in VT, with friends mostly coming from near-by so we should have a strong crew of 8 with some riding the 50 and most doing the full 100 miles.  For me this is the 12th century that I've done in support of either Northeast Passage or Kelly Brush and I'm hoping the recent trend of good weather continues.

So the mission remains the same, I'm trying to raise a bunch of money again this year with a goal of $3,000.  As usual, all of the donations are tax deductible and maybe some legislation will get passed this year to make that more meaningful but really, I'm hoping the motivation isn't just to get a write off.  So for those that are interested, here's the link to my personal fund raising page - Nate's Fundraising Page.  Any donation large or small is very much appreciated.

A bit about KBF - they are a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals with spinal cord injuries in finding ways to get out and enjoy an active lifestyle.  For me, this is a cause close to my heart.  I love the outdoors and the freedom to explore it in a variety of ways and have worked with organizations like the KBF for the last twenty years to help others do the same.   

Last year's crew with Kelly at the starting line. 


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12 hours ago, Dusty Chalk said:

In the parlance of the kids,


I'm serious, not just the fact that you do this every year, but the fact that you keep up your physique throughout the year is very admirable.

Thanks Peter.

Now sitting at 95%, I donated personally today to make sure some of my contribution adds to the doubling effect.  

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