Great news! Well, mostly great. Yesterday I saw a shoulder doctor who officially cleared me to get back on the bike just in time for the ride this weekend! I’m due for an MRI next week since I’m still in …
It's time for Harbor to the Bay: Episode Two. Which means an even more ambitious goal of 125 miles to ride this year. Eep!
If you've made it to this page, then you likely know that I am asking you as a friend and a member of our community to support my efforts with whatever you can afford. 100% of the money raised by riders like myself goes directly to the agencies that provide quality health care, medications, support, as well as HIV/AIDS prevention education.
I proudly riding on Team YLC (Young Leaders Council of Fenway Health). Team YLC is raising funds for an organization we know and love, Fenway Health. Many of you know that I am as involved as I can be with the YLC because I am committed to carrying out the mission and work of Fenway Health, even as a volunteer. Fenway is a leader in healthcare with an unequivocally important mission. I encourage anyone who is not familiar with Fenway to check out their website at www.fenwayhealth.org.
This ride is an ambitious personal goal; as such, it has an ambitious fundraising goal to match. I'm hoping to make it as high as $1,000 in gifts this year...! Please join me in making a difference in the world we all share and a difference in the lives of so many we live with.
Posts by Mara:
Short story: I slipped on some wet rocks at the base of a waterfall and my shoulder popped. With a strained muscle still, I haven’t been partaking in many physical activities. All in all, I pretty much ended up with …
It had been a few weeks into my training rides when I was urged by veteran Harbor to the Bay riders to invest in bike shorts. I thought maybe I could get away without buying a pair and was quickly …