Some of you might remember me mentioning the Million Dollar Challenge Bike ride last year for the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), as I was planning on participating before I unfortunately broke my foot in late August. Well, I am back at my training and once again decided to take on the challenge of this epic ride in October of 2019.
I am determined that nothing is going to stop me this time, and I am excited to raise money and awareness for the disabled around the world as I support CAF with every mile I ride. This incredible organization has helped me and thousands of other challenged athletes realize and reach dreams that were never before a possibility. They help so many eliminate previously perceived (imaginary) difficulties and focus on overcoming only real ones.
The Million Dollar Challenge (MDC) has earned a reputation as one of the premier cycling events in the country where fully abled and disabled individuals can use their passion for cycling to make a difference in the lives of others. Every year this journey delivers a life-changing experience for all participants and supporters. The MDC is unique in the world of cycling in how it builds a community of riders with a deep and lasting appreciation for life, and for those who overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges to live life to the fullest.
Helping to raise $1 million dollars for challenged athletes is deeply satisfying. But it is the journey that will change your life forever. MDC riders and supporters not only change gears, but change lives along the road, and around the world. Join me on an epic journey that will challenge and transform your perception about what’s possible as I keep you updated with my progress.
My friends, anything is possible with the right motivation and support. You will be hearing more from me about the MDC and the CAF as the date gets closer, and how you will be able to support me in the MDC for CAF. Together we can truly transform lives. I appreciate you so much, and always remember that only the best is yet to come!