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greg kouri

Yesterday June 2nd I had the priveledge of being a volunteer to help get you all through orientation. I want to say I felt like I was in a room filled with ROCK STARS. Each and everyone of you made my heart feel so big I thought it was going to pop right out of my chest. It was an honor to meet you and talk with some of you and one I will never forget. So many of you were thanking me for being there to spend my day getting you registered. Just let me say I was humbled by that and even more honored to be there...You Rock!

This is your first day on the road and my thoughts are with you one and all. Eleven million dollars raised for your efforts and man that blows me away.

My favorite saying is "Life is not measured by the breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away". This is one of those moments for me and I truly admire you all, each and every one of you.

Sending a Truckload of HUGS,

Debbie Murphy

We are proud of you, John!

Too All Participants

I am cheering you on and with you - perched on your handlebars and knowing what a good thing you are all doing. I have lost friends to this horrible disease and don't want to lose anyone else. Ride on my friends. Linda Hoy and Bill Crull

Sharon Donnelly

GOOO RIDERS! I was not able ride this year. Saw the coverage on television and started to cry!

Have a wonderful week, and for you first timers, the MOST INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE OF YOU LIVES!


My heart swells with love watching you all ride for a cure.

Riders, roadies, and volunteers, thank you ALL for caring and making a difference!


I'm not whinning here, well, maybe a little, but, being on the East Coast and unable to cheer you all on personally, I was hoping for more virtual coverage of the Opening ceremonies, and first days ride. Maybe even some live cam's.


I was up at 5 am with my partner and his team to see them off from the Cow Palace in SF. It was such an incredibile experience to see SO many people coming out at such an early hour to ride all the way to LA. One can't help but be moved by such experience. I'm considering doing it next year!

Keep riding G! See you in LA!

Steven Sykes

I've been watching the website every minute it seems and am thrilled by the photos that are being posted. My partner is riding and I am so excited about seeing him and all the riders at Closing Ceremonies. I'm so proud of all of you!

Rider 2220, ALC 5

Godspeed and happy spinning. I'm out of the country this year, but always keep you in spirit. May the wind be at your back as your heart and soul pushes on to LA.

g dy

The photos helped out-of-state well-wishers actually feel connected, even if circumstances kept us from being there. While organizers could feel exhauster or at least deserving of rest by now, a lot of supporters hope that Day 7 photos and comments come up.
AND CONGRATULATIONS SUSAN AND KEV even if I couldn't find a photo of you yet! -- A proud Dad
PS To reinforce Johnny's (June 04, 2007 at 07:06 AM) comment, coverage of the Closing Ceremonies online another year might receive useful public and maybe media attention.

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