July 2010 Blog Posts

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One of the highlights of completing the exhausting first leg of the Pan-Mass Challenge – either an 111 mile trek from Sturbridge or an 84-mile ride from Wellesley – is arriving in Bourne and being greeted with food, cold beer, music and a great PMC party. After having a massage, eating burgers, and chilling on the green, team and Living Proof riders gather to have their photos taken by the bay with the Bourne Bridge in the background.

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After losing his mother and father-in-law to cancer, T.J. Dyer wanted to do something to help in the fight against cancer. In 2006 he went to his friend David Christmas, PMC Team Lick Cancer captain, and said, "I can't ride a bike, but what can I do to help?"

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Boston-based boloco wants to help PMCers raise money this season.   New to the PMC, boloco will be feeding hungry cyclists at the opening ceremony at Babson College for the Wellesley starting line. The company, which supports various cycling events, was eager to get involved in the PMC to help riders raise more money.

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