Yesterday I drove around the city looking for cardboard at various furniture and appliance stores to build a disposable box to ship my bike. I went to four different stores with no luck and, on the way home, resigned to using my fancy bike suitcase (which I would then have to ship back), I thought - maybe the bike store (www.eriksbikeshop.com) has a box that would work - it was a "why didn't I think of that earlier" moment... I went in to the store and the manager Demian, who knows me by name now, said "oh yah! give me a minute" - he went to the back and came out with the perfect box. Then I went home and started packing - check out the pics of the disassembly and packing on my equipment page. 9 days and counting!
Two Wheels and a Heartbeat
A long time personal dream and now a worthy cause.
Huntington's disease has profoundly impacted my family and until recently I didn't even know about it. When I suggested to my dad that I was going to ride across Canada and was looking for a cause he suggested The Huntington Society. Now I'm learning a lot about the disease, the people it affects, and my family. Help find a cure with your donation to the Huntington Society of Canada.
How much could we raise if everyone donated $25 (charitable receipt provided automatically by email)
Raised on a farm in Dunnville Ontario Canada, Kevin Glenney has been living and working in Minneapolis MN for the past 10 years as an aerodynamics and systems engineer. Kevin has an adventurous spirit and loves experiencing all that the world has to offer. He has also lived in France and Brazil on various occasions and speaks both French and Portuguese. This is the next chapter in his exciting life.