David

David

I'm a SoCal native, transplanted to the Central Coast, and boy do I ever miss my Dodgers! Thirty year veteran dentist, Dad to two great young school teachers, love my wife Janice, and laugh every day at my two boxers, Ubu and Roxy. Lost my nephew Michael to AIDS in 1992, and as a ten-year cancer survivor I thought this would be a really great way to do something for someone who might not have to be quite as alone as Michael and his family were. Ride on!!

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Terry Lewis

We talked to Janice today. The ride sounds hard, but your reports are so inspiring. We can't wait to read tomorrow's blog. David, you're doing a great job. Ride on!

mother of a rider

Thanks so much for your words. Your attitude and spirit speak for many and give us at home a beautiful sense of what it's like to be there. Your positive approach to all the challenges is so inspiring! Have a great last day's ride.

Janice

I just read this in the hotel and I'm crying. I love you and your positive attitude. See you soon!

Dav Scarborough

As your daughter says, it is either go big or go home for you. I am not at all surprised that you rode in the rain. Your extremely positive attitude is inspiring. Ride on.

Alan Pfeil

Again David, You did a GREAT job not only as a rider but as a writer. Thanks again on keeping us informed.
I was at the closeing today to see my Son come in.
Have a safe trip home

Justo

Hi David,I am in LA,the first day I after the amazing experience!!! However my bike is missing :0( and it dissapeared when I was claiming my luggage I wounder what to do? could you contact me so I can give you details pls contact me.....
justodali2003@yahoo.com
THANK YOU!
p.s. my bike is my only way of transportation.

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