Bicycling for a cause

On Saturday, Aug. 9, more than 374 bicyclists from across the country rode the One Day Across Michigan to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Tribune Staff
Aug 16, 2014


This annual ride of 146 miles – Montague to Bay City – had at least 15 riders from the Tri-Cities area. 
Some participates chose to use this as a fundraiser, with John Leitner and Jim Keur together raising more than $1,500 in donations from the community for the JDRF. This was both their second time riding in the event.  
In total, the ride raised more than $21,000 to help find a cure for type I diabetes. Through various fund raising activities, JDRF spends over $100 million per year in research to help find a cure for type I diabetes.  
Next year’s ride is on Aug. 8, 2015.




Woo! Anti-gravity cyclists! Where can I get one of those bikes?!?


....Maybe (I hope) they're the Australian contingent?!

deuce liti

I bet they blow through plenty of stop signs and get hit by plenty of distracted drivers.


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