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Erin

Erin

I'm a legal news writer who recently returned to the sunny skies and laid-back atmosphere of San Diego after a two-year stint in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Kicking off my first year at ALC, I’m working as a roadie for the Gear & Tent Team, which takes charge of loading and unloading equipment and tents. The job description entails lifting more than 60 pounds, so the cyclists won’t be the only ones getting a good workout.

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Shirl Scott

Erin, How in the Heck do you do it? That's my number 1 question, No. 2 question, why aren't there at least 1000 comments a day on your blog entry! All of the effort, that you and your wonderful team the "ROADIES" do for the riders and especially for the cause... . I just want to say a big MAHALO!

And, God Bless you ONE and All, and especially Chokae who, lays hands on, those sore guys and gals who work and peddle there bums off all day for a great cause!

Yea for you Roadies and Thanks to you Erin for telling their story.

Mahalo, and much Aloha
No. 4937's Mom

Shirl Scott

Sharon Donnelly

GOOO ROADIES!

I did the Ride last year and will do it next year. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! For all you do for those of us who ride. Riding our bikes is the EASY part...we couldn't do it with out YOU!

One of my teammates last year worked on a gear truck and I KNOW what you guys do... you are ANGELES!

HAVE FUN on the last day!

Sharon Donnelly

GOOO ROADIES!

I did the Ride last year and will do it next year. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! For all you do for those of us who ride. Riding our bikes is the EASY part...we couldn't do it with out YOU!

One of my teammates last year worked on a gear truck and I KNOW what you guys do... you are ANGELES!

HAVE FUN on the last day!

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