A bit about my journey this year. On July 16th I finished 4 rounds of chemotherapy cancer treatment. I plan on doing this event. I will be having surgery shortly after the ride. I am riding both to support this cause and to regain my health. My surgeon not only approves of this activity, he insisted on my doing the training for this ride when I told him about it.
You can follow my training on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/85052238
So, once again I am joining thousands of other cyclists and the American Lung Association to raise money to fight lung disease and increase awareness about the importance of lung health.
Lung disease can take someone's breath away, leaving them unable to work, exercise or play. Growing faster than almost any other major illness, lung disease, including lung cancer, asthma and emphysema is the third leading cause of the death in the United States.
Please join me in my efforts to make a difference by making a personal or corporate tax-deductible donation.
Thank you in advance for you support!
My Personal Blog
Training Progress 9/7
For Labor Day I decided to ride the Centennial Trail out and back. I rode 64 miles with 1,073 ft. of elevation gain. Moving time was 5:27 with an average speed of 11.8 mi/h. It went VERY well, no lasting effects over the next couple of days.
by James Brossard on Wed, Sep 07, 2022 @ 6:45 PM
Training Progress 8/29
Training is progressing, I did a 40 mile ride on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from Duval to Snoqualmie Falls (and back) on 8/21. I had a liver biopsy on 8/26 so I backed off a little for yesterday's ride, which covered 27 miles.
by James Brossard on Mon, Aug 29, 2022 @ 10:14 AM