WOW and CONGRATULATIONS to Team Eyecycle at the Tour De Cure on Saturday, August 16th.
It takes a great deal of time and effort to prepare for a 100 mile ride or a 100K ride and we had fine representation from Team eyecycle. Team roster included Captains Jill Beckman, Rick Barcelow, and Scott Baumfalk. Stokers included Susan Gengler, George Mcdermith and David Thomas. It was a hot day with temperatures in the mid 90 range, and climbing around Carter Lake from the Boulder Fairgrounds was not easy as the heat became more and more intense.
CONGRATULATIONS to stoker athlete George Mcdermith for completing his first century ride on Saturday at the Tour de Cure with captain Scott. It was a hot day and the course included elevation gain and of course distance. Captain Scott and George kept on going despite the heat and fatigue. Fantastic job guys!
CONGRATULATIONS to stoker athlete Susan Gengler for completing her first metric century 100K on Saturday at the Tour de Cure! Nice accomplishment with captain Jill. Ladies rock!
CONGRATULATIONS to David Thomas for having another metric century under his belt. Dave is a great sport in the heat, rain and hail. On a recent Eyecycle pancake ride, Dave and captain Randie got caught in a down pour that turned to hail and Dave is always rolling with the punches and smiling. This time he managed through the heat with captain Rick—thanks guys!
Much thanks and Eyecycle love to Team Lead Jill Beckman, for putting the team together, gathering up the bikes, changing out pedals, hauling the tandems and making arrangements to ride. It is a lot of work and everyone paid it forward to the American Diabetes Association with contributions almost at the $2,000 mark to fight Diabetes, which is a leading cause of blindness.
Nice work gang!