The Coolest Bike Fundraising Event Ever

07
Oct
2013

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Okay everyone, I sincerely need your help.  My friends over at Please Be Kind to Cyclists has asked me to create a yearly fundraising event for them and look after putting it together and organizing everything.

Like most things I do, I want this to be something that creates such a buzz that not only those from Austin will be taking about…..all cyclists will take notice.  But I need your help.

What are some of the best events you’ve ever taken part in that were in an effort to raise funds for a cycling organization? Better yet, what unique ideas do you have in your head that have not yet been put into reality?

There are several reasons I’m excited about this project.  First of all, being able to raise money for an organization that I respect and believe in is incredible.  Working on this with one of the most incredible people in the world, Al Bastidas, is another one.  Being able to travel back to Austin to host the event, is a definite plus as well.

Okay, so let’s hear your ideas.  I’m open to anything and looking forward to putting this whole thing together.  Oh, and if any of your ideas are selected and used for this event…..you’ll be compensated with a cool gift as well.

Please list your event ideas and suggestions below:

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