Looking for inspiration? Check out this article in the Surburban Journals about Barb Jones-Moore, a 35-year breast cancer survivor who has a mission to raise awareness with her pink scooter.
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Head over to Stuff.co.nz to read the news story and see this photo up close: In a charity ride for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, rider Rachel Guthrie adorned her scooter with pink balloons, ribbons… and a bra. Now that’s a great way to show support.
If you live in the Savanah, Georgia area, pick up a copy of the Savanah Morning News to see how you can win a pink scooter while supporting area breast cancer organizations. Savanah Morning News Paint the Town Pink web site Savanah Morning News official web site
In tribute of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’ve decided to repost about the Schwinn Hope series of scooters. The Schwinn Hope 50 raised over $100,000 over the last three years for breast cancer research, and Schwinn wants to do the same with its 150 version, the Hope 150. Maybe the Hope will inspire you [...]
Thank you to everyone who supported me in the Last Mile Ride this past weekend. I was again the top fundraiser – and I was also the only scooterist, and the only person wearing pink! Taking off in formation: Riding through Chelsea, VT: Scooting through Washington, VT: Arriving back at the hospital: A shot after [...]
I first read about Barbara Landry and her Schwinn Hope in an article about her and her scooter ride in the Nashua Telegraph. I wrote to her and asked if I could post a photo here and tell you a bit about her ride. Barbara is a breast cancer survivor who lost her friend and [...]
I’m really proud that my company can play a part of Linda Quinn’s Scootin’ for the Cure. I made Linda and her co-rider Karen each a pink-ribbons-with-hearts scooter seat cover for their trip. Linda and Karen will be making a 6,000 mile trip across the US on their Vespa GTS scooters to help raise money [...]
The Schwinn Hope 50 raised over $100,000 over the last three years for breast cancer research, and Schwinn wants to do the same with its 150 version, the Hope 150. If it looks familiar, it should – this is a style of scooter that a number of manufacturers feature. It’s a twin of the TNG [...]