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Bond Girls Bike America

Bond Girls Bike America

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Mother’s Day 2010 found me and my daughter JC on a grand adventure for a good cause: biking across America to raise funds and awareness to help fight osteoporosis, which runs in our family and affects millions of American women. Daughter Annalyse trained with us and was along for part of the ride, and goddaughter […]

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Would I Do It Again? Bike Across America?

Would I Do It Again? Bike Across America?

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Six months after our return from the 3,115 – mile bike trip, I am repeatedly asked if I would do it again. NO!  Biking across the USA is not an easy achievement. A year of my life was dedicated to training 6 hours a day, then riding the 3,000+ miles and then 4 months of […]

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Grass Roots Philanthropy. Biked 3,115 miles Across America for Charity and Challenge.

Grass Roots Philanthropy. Biked 3,115 miles Across America for Charity and Challenge.

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No stilettos. No shopping… just pedaling to promote strong bones for life!    www.bondgirlsbikeamerica.com The Bond Girl Team, composed of Marybeth, her 22-year-old daughter and a friend, biked 3,114 miles from the Pacific to the Atlantic and raised $52,000 for the National Osteoporosis Foundation for research and education. Their all-female campaign brought awareness to the […]

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