Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, folks!

I hope you have a great holiday, full of family, friends, and great food.

Or none of the above, if that’s what turns your crank.

Basically, just have a great damn day.

If you’re in the Seattle area, and you’re looking to do some riding tomorrow, please allow me to suggest that you come on out to the annual Northwest Harvest benefit ride.

Details on that? Here ya go…


Hey Seattle Cyclists,
Please join us for the 12th annual Seattle Thanksgiving Day Ride to benefit Northwest Harvestwww.northwestharvest.org

Lets be thankful that we are fortunate enough to have the time and money to enjoy a great activity like cycling and give to those less fortunate who are

more concerned about where their next meal is coming from, rather than what latest cool piece of equipment to get for next season to make us faster, or look more PRO than the rest of the pack.


We will meet at the Leschi Starbucks,



We’ll meet at 9am and depart at 9.15 for a socially paced ride around the south end of Lake Washington.

A donation of $5-10 per rider is what I am asking, but whatever you can give would be a great help.


The Cycling community has contributed $800-$1,500 to Northwest Harvest the past several years, to help those in need

at this time of year. Let’s try to, at least, match that and help where it’s really needed.


See you there, and let’s hope for dry roads 😉


Mick Walsh


I probably won’t be able to make it out there myself this year, but I’ll be sending a donation to the cause anyways. It’s a good one.

Looking for a workout today?

Go ride.

Preferably with some good friends.

Make it a fun, casual good time.

It’s supposed to be that kind of day.



~ by crosssports on November 25, 2015.

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