Why We Ride


TomSeven years ago I took the advice of my good friends Kevin and Kathleen that I needed to start riding a bike, and that commitment has changed my life.  More….


KathleenLast year, Tom and I participated in the Victory Summit and what an event it was!  To see a huge room filled with persons with Parkinson’s and their care partners learning, dancing and motivating one another was . . . worth riding across the country.  I want every person impacted by Parkinson’s to have this experience available to them.  So, let’s ride! More…


RickI started cycling about five years ago after I got a call from Tom Casey, my good friend since kindergarten and the one who had the vision of riding across the country. More….


Kevin I grew up and still live in the bicycling mecca of Boulder Colorado. I’ve had a bike for as long as I can remember, and rode it to “get somewhere”: to my friend’s house, to school, to work. In high school my friends and I noticed our classmate Davis Phinney as he was riding his bike around and around our cinder track at Boulder High School. Davis wasn’t going anywhere, just around and around. More…


Amy (on Magic Bike) with Tom and Kathleen

Amy is married to Tom and is the webmaster and all-purpose cheerleader for the team.