"Maybe more of a question specifically for Jennifer but it is mentioned about having two sets of cycling clothes. Is it possible to purchase a second bike jersey from the the ride or better to bring your favorite from home?"
This is a multi-day bicycle event with three starting points, Bennington, VT-So.Portland, ME-Paintsville, KY and one end point, Washington, DC. We ride to honor EMS Line of Duty Deaths and Injuries and to bring awareness to our profession! We raise funds for our Fallen Angel Fund. It is the best event you will ever take part in. We need riders and support people!Join us for an hour, a day, or the week. Go to www.muddyangels.org for more information!See More
"Today is the 1st Anniversary of the Line of Duty Death of Paramedic Stephanie Callaway. Again I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who helps make the EMS Memorial Bike Ride a success; the Board Members, Planners, Coordinators, Support…"
"I'm sure my thoughts will echo those of many, but this was my first ride and it was an absolutely AMAZING experience! I did this ride as a tribute to my fallen friend and coworker, Stephanie Callaway, Sussex County Paramedic 1357. As the one…"
"Travis - there is a truck that takes your stuff between stops. You don't need a lot of street clothes for the ride itself but you do need a class A uniform for the ceremony at the end.
What you do need is:
2 sets of cycling clothes
First the easy answer - hope your luggage has wheels so you can tow it behind your bike! Ha! Just kidding! Your luggage gets tagged with a matching number to your bike and you - you and your bike travel together during your day right…"
Thanks! I'm sure they are getting sick of some of us worrying about this, but hey, it is a big deal to me, especially since I haven't been on a bike since I was a kid. I guess the trick is to just do what you can and not worry about it. However, its hard to be the only one walking up hills (mountains) if I can even do that. I'm somewhat comforted by knowing I probably won't be alone..;-)