In Wilmington, Delaware 7 year old Mallory Holloway was asked what she would like for her birthday. Unlike many of us who would be instantly thinking of a whole lot of things on our fun wish list, Mallory asked for no presents. Instead she aksed for donations to be sent to Wheels 4 Life so that others could receive a present from her. I think that is pretty amazingly selfless, for anyone, but especially for a 7 year old. Thanks to Mallory who raised $450, we will be able to buy four bicycles in her honor.
Over the ocean in England Sheffield’s Brendon Tyree took on the challenge of riding from one side of the fair island to the other in the Coast to Coast ride. I’m sure he must gave gotten a little bit saddle sore along the way in his quest to raise money for Wheels 4 Life. Brendon raised $600 which = 6 bicycles for the ...
Philippa and WIll Curphey along with 15 friends will attempt to do the 3 Peaks Challenge this weekend, this will involve climbing the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours. Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mount Snowden. At 3.30pm on Saturday the challenge begins. Philippa and Will are raising money for Wheels 4 Life in memory of Rory Worth, taking on this epic feat to help change people’s lives through the gift of transportation. Please support them and cheer them on, you can sponsor their challenge via this web-site, just click on the donate link and help them to get more people mobile. Thank you.
Please check out this weeks Crank Brothers Dreambike that is currently for auction on eBay to benefit W4L: IBIS MOJO SL - R (the winner of the auction can choose the frame size). Great Deal for a Great Bike to support a Great Cause:
Esther Süss and Sally Bigham who raced the 2012 Absa Cape Epic Race in South Africa as the ‘Wheels 4 Life’ Team have won the ladies category. Thank you and your teams (Wheeler and Topeak-Ergon) for the great publicity and awareness for our cause. We are proud of you.
The favorite female riders in this years Cape Epic Mountain Bike Race in South Africa are no others than Sally Bigham (Team Topeak-Ergon Canyon) and Esther Süss (Team Wheeler). They will start this year as Team “Wheels 4 Life” and are already in the lead after the first stage. Thank you - Go Girls!!!!