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By Keith on July 18, 2014
This is your feel good Friday message. As you know the Edible Pedal 100® is produced by the Reno Sunrise Rotary club. We are part of Rotary International which is comprised of more than 34,000 clubs worldwide. The following article is from Rotary International. The message on peace is especially relevant as is the Polio eradication campaign update. We are proud to be an End Polio Now contributor and honored to be mentioned:
Thank you for your support, together we are making a difference.
Edible Pedal 100®
Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise
By Keith on March 19, 2014
For more information, check out the Nevada Bike to Work website.
Learn the skills to become a bicycle commuter or recreational road cyclist, cycling safely and confidently. Nevada bike to work has a listing of local clinics that are coming up soon.
Why bike to work?
I Bike to Work because it’s fun; I can cancel my gym membership; I don’t have to pay for gas; I don’t have to worry about parking; I’m reducing air pollution; I hate driving in the spaghetti bowl; I can move faster than cars in downtown traffic; my heart needs the workout; my kids think it is cool; I arrive at work invigorated and in a great mood; the weather in Reno is great for riding; I want to win a prize; global warming scares me; I hate diets; pedaling feels more satisfying than sitting in a driver’s seat; it’s fun, it’s fun it’s fun!
Did I mention it’s fun?!
Here are some interesting facts that support all of these great reasons for riding your bike to work…From the People For Bikes website
By Keith on February 6, 2014
A little presentation of the 2013 ride proceeds from Rotary Club Reno Sunrise to our beneficiaries: Mark Kattelman (Rotary), Mike Ismari-Pine Middle School Garden Club, Noah Silverman-Reno Bike Project, Ron Simpkins (Rotary), Scott Huber-Reno High School Sustainable Garden, and Kerry Crawford (Rotary).
And a hearty thank you and show of appreciation for all their efforts to our supporters and sponsors: Allen Forbes – Forbes Engineering, Neda Iranpour – previously Channel 2, Jarry Walton – Sierra Electronics, Noah Silverman – Reno Bike Project, Scott Huber – Reno High School Sustainable Garden, Mike Ismari – Pine Middle School Garden Club, Jeni Root – NV Energy