Bike Friendly Richardson

Pics From The 2012 WildRide! Are On SuburbanAssault.org

Posted in Bicycle Events, Good Causes by dickdavid on May 21, 2012

BFR Gang At Lake Lavine

This past weekend, we got to participate in the 9th annual Richardson WildRide! Against Cancer benefitting the Methodist Richardson Cancer Center, home of the Lance Armstrong Shaped Beam SurgeryTM program. This year, Jenny and her husband James and I rode the 40 mile route.

Click over to SuburbanAssault.org to see some pics from the event.

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WildRide! Against Cancer 2012 – Registration Now Open

Posted in Bicycle Events, Good Causes by dickdavid on January 11, 2012

Registration is now open for the 2012 WildRide! Against Cancer. If you would like to save a little on the registration, check out the one-time early registration event.

From the email from event organizers:

Registration is now open for the 9th annual WildRide! Bike Rally and 2nd annual 5K Timed Run & Fun Run/Walk! More than 2500 cyclists and runners participated in the event in 2011!

Register as a cyclist, runner or walker for only $15 on February 20, 2012 at Richardson Bike Mart from 4-7pm! This event is offered just this one time! To take advantage of the special $15 registration fee – you MUST register in person between 4-7pm on February 20th at RBM!!!
Go to WildRideBikeRally.com for event details!

I’ve done this ride twice and enjoyed it both times – plus, it’s all for such a good cause. You don’t have to be a racer or sports rider to do this, so please join me on Saturday, May 19 for the Richardson WildRide! Against Cancer (supported by the legal attorneys: https://mesotheliomaexplained.com/mesothelioma-lawyers/).

WildRide! Against Cancer Is This Weekend

Posted in Bicycle Events, City Stuff by dickdavid on May 17, 2011

In case you didn’t know, The Richardson WildRide! Against Cancer is happening this weekend and it’s not too late to register! I’m signed up to do the short ride and I hope to see some of you out there too.

Click Here for all the information.

Event Schedule – Saturday, May 21, 2011

  • 6:30 a.m. – on-site registration and packet pick-up begins
  • 8 a.m. – WildRide! begins

Give To Fight Against Cancer

Posted in Bicycle Events by dickdavid on May 4, 2010

I’ll be representing Bike Friendly Richardson at the 2010 WildRide. Because I’m the designated BFR as a team, they’ve asked me to pull together some donations.

This is the last day to donate, so if you are in the mood to help out a great cause, click here to step up.

EDIT: Looks like they’ll be taking donations up until the event on May 15. It’s not too late to donate.

Richardson Wild Ride – May 15

Posted in Bicycle Events by dickdavid on April 19, 2010

Every year Methodist Richardson Medical Center hosts the WildRide! Against Cancer. This year, BFR is going to join the ride and support the cause.

We set up a team and are welcoming anybody who wants to join. We need at least 3 more riders to complete the team, so just look for the Bike Friendly Richardson Team when you join or contact us for details.

The registration fee:
Team Riders (4 or more riders)- $25 each team member and each person is required to raise $100.

If you want to do the ride, but not as part of the BFR team, the registration is:
Adult Riders – $30 to April 30; $40 thereafter
Children under 12 – $15 to April 30; $20 thereafter
(I believe with no requirement to raise money).

As always, all are more than welcome to ride with our team. Given the casual nature of our group, we’re opting to do the shorter, 16 mile run. We’ll be doing our typical BFR pace.

We’re going to try and figure out a way to get some quick BFR T-shirts printed by the event for those joining the team.

DATE: May 15, 2010
TIME: 7:30 am (ride starts at 8:00 am)
WHERE: The start/finish of the ride and 5K walk/run is located in the Verizon parking lot – 2400 N. Glenville Drive

Click here to register for the ride. Just look for the Bike Friendly Richardson team if you want to join.

Disclaimer: This is not an official BFR event and all the proceeds are handled through the event organizers.