Please come out and join "Team BamBam" in our efforts to help find a cure and raise awareness for diabetes.
To join Team BamBam or sponsor a Team BamBam rider, Click Here!
To join the team and ride with us, at the bottom left side of this page you will see a Team BamBam box with a "Join the team" link. That will then take you thru the registration process. $15 "early-bird" registration fee up until March 10, 2010. After that, I believe it's $20. The current fundraising goal of $2,000 has been set for the team.
To sponsor a rider and make a donation, follow the link above and click on the rider's name, you'll then be taken to their personal page where you can then sponsor him/her.
Written by Christopher Astle
Sunday June 20, 2010
Reston Town Center
Registration Opens: 6:00am - 10:30 (depending on the route you're registering for)
Event Starts: 7:30 - 11:30am
Distance: 6 different route lengths, 100, 63, 33, 20, 17, 1-12 miles
The National Capital Tour de Cure is an exciting cycling event that allows both the avid and recreational cyclist to raise money for diabetes research, advocacy and educational programs.
All rides will begin at the Reston Town Center Pavilion and venture onto various paved trail systems in the Reston area. Experience a scenic ride through the beautiful Northern Virginia countryside.
Every ride will have at least one themed rest stop equipped with restrooms, and plenty of food and refreshments to fuel your ride. Bike Marshals, Safety Patrols, Roaming Mechanics and Volunteers will support each route to ensure a safe and fun ride from start to finish! Upon completion, return to the Reston Town Center to enjoy a FREE massage, a FREE nutritious and delicious lunch and a post event party with music and entertainment.
The 2010 National Capital Tour de Cure route is subject to change. Visit ROUTE INFORMATION for additional details on the 2010 National Capital Tour de Cure routes.
All children 17 and under must be accompanied by and adult/legal guardian.
Team Bam Bam raised funds and walked in honor and memory of Greg "Bam Bam" Walker. Greg passed away on September 11th, 2009 due to complications from diabetes.
A true southern gentlemen, who gave so much of himself yet never asked for anything in return. Some people make the world special by being in it and he was, no doubt, one of those people. For anyone that had the privilege to meet/know Greg, his smile was infectious and his laugh is unforgettable.
Written by Sharon Richmond
With a goal of raising $2000 for this event, they shattered that amount by raising $5770. Greg was certainly proud of the hard work of all his friends.