Searching for Strasser

Yesterday, I took a little field trip to witness one of the best examples of an endurance athlete the world has to offer.  I got up very early for a chance to catch a glimpse of ultra-cyclist Christoph Strasser as he headed to Annapolis, MD for another win in Race Across America.  This guys holdsContinue reading “Searching for Strasser”

RAAM Recall: Being A Team

Five years ago I was part of a winning 11 person team supporting a rookie cyclist in Race Across America (#RAAM), a 12 day bicycle race across the United States.  This race is often called the toughest bicycle race in the world because it’s non-stop, 30% longer than the Tour de France and completed inContinue reading “RAAM Recall: Being A Team”

Pawpro Media’s Photos in Newly Released Forkas book.

Just two days before the 2014 start of Race Across America, I am excited to announce that several of Pawpro Media’s photos from the 2012 race are included in the self-published book, What Spins The Wheel: Lessons In Leadership from Our Race for Hope” authored by Len Forkas, who successfully completed, won his age group,Continue reading “Pawpro Media’s Photos in Newly Released Forkas book.”

Pawpro Unveils RAAM stills of Len Forkas/Hopecam Effort

Today I am opening a gallery of photos taken while I followed Len Forkas in the 2012 Race Across America–a 3,000 mile, 12 day bike race.  The social media coverage provided by Pawpro was a substantial part of why Forkas and his non-profit, Hopecam.org was able to raise more than $300,000. (shutterfly.com/pro/PawproMedia/PawproMedia) These are purelyContinue reading “Pawpro Unveils RAAM stills of Len Forkas/Hopecam Effort”

Cross-Country Support for Hopecam.org

To hear former Hopecam user, Daniel, now 13 years old, recall his initial thoughts of being diagnosed with cancer, wondering how long he has to live, wondering whether he will ever see his friends again isn’t a topic of which we expect a child to be conversent. And his mother, Donna, recalling how she worried about how to “. . . keep him whole” in the process. But these children and families are forever changed by this event.