July 2009 Blog Posts

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Pan-Mass Challenge

 An eager bunch of PMC cyclists from New York got up early to show their PMC spirit to the nation. The perky group of pedalers and volunteers: Susan Fier, Marlo Bakst, Paul Straton, Robert Goodman, Maureen Errity, Claudine Kipp, Ed Gallagher, Brittney Gallagher, Erin Gallagher, Anthony Cook, James Kotarski, who were equipped with caffeine, PMC shirts and a PMC banner, made their way over to the CBS Early Show Plaza at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue to get some air time and spread the message of the 30th annual ride.

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Police Officer Derek Jones rides the PMC in honor of his daughter, who battled and survived cancer as an infant. With young Julia cancer free, Jones has been a valuable Pedal Partner, honoring another child each time he rides. This year, Derek Jones met Connor Jones (no relation). The spunky 6-year-old is being treated for cancer at the Jimmy Fund Clinic and dreams of being a police officer. Derek and Connor immediately hit it off.

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Pan-Mass Challenge
In honor of the 30th anniversary Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, the PMC blog will take you on a ride through history. Today we continue 30 years in 30 weeks with a look back at the PMC in 2008. We'll coast through the event's history, featuring a new year each week, as we lead up to the 30th annual ride on Aug. 1 and 2. Check out past 30 Years in 30 weeks posts here. Send your PMC story to Stephanie@teakmedia.com

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