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today, mod*tot raced with her friends, classmates + hundreds of kids in the ryan's ride bike race benefiting lance armstrong's foundation
+ cancer survivor programs around the bay area.
ryan's ride was created by a cancer survivor + his wife, who had twin sons that went to bing nursery school at stanford university, like mod*tot. 1 of the twins, ryan passed away suddenly of unexplained cause, so his parents created this wonderful community fundraising event in his honor. it's part of the burlingame criterium raced by amateurs + professionals. mod*tot's mod*opa (grandfather) + mod*pop (father) raced in their categories too (my husband won the criterium race once). i ran along the course with mod*tot (the kids are so cute!). we spotted top pros + long time biking friends, like olympian sheila young's husband jim ochowitz, best friend of lance armstrong + father of local olympic hopeful ellie.
by ~mod*mom~ at 29.6.08 Â©
Sounds like a great time and a great cause
Fun! And yay for mod*tot! I'm so glad there was such a great turn-out for the event.
hey sarah! i peeked at your blog. i used to live in a house bought from that french actor Jean-Paul Belmondo in your side-bar picture from Breathless with jean seberg. his daughter lived in the house, but he owned it, in piedmont, california.
How cool is that! I wish awesome French actors owned houses in North Carolina...Lucky you :)
thats so sad about Ryan. Im glad they made the best of a tragic situation.
The Phua family belongs to the same parents of multiples club as we do and I really admire how they turned their tragedy into something positive. What a wonderful way to commemorate their son!
Very cool. We've got a similar ride here in Tempe, AZ. Great fun for a Great cause!
Good for you getting the whole family out there
Wow, you all ran the race! Way to go!
thank you so much for the invitation to contribute to the mother's with cancer blog. yes, i will contribute.