Midwest Meander for HD is a 1500 mile circuitous bicycle ride from Kearney, Nebraska to St. Louis, Missouri with a 3 day stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the 21st Annual HDSA Convention (June 9-11, 2006) and ending with 5 days on Route 66 through Illinois. The purpose of the ride is to heighten public awareness of Huntington's Disease and to raise funds for family services and research towards a cure.
Follow Marie, Charlotte, Sherri, and their guest riders (Sandy Lozier and Shana Martin) as they meander from Nebraska to Illinois. Sign up to have Marie's daily message sent directly to you. E-mail Marie’s husband Ron at email@example.com to request subscription.
Watch Marie, Charlotte and Sherri on their adventure across the Midwest.
Every year a new shirt is designed and printed as a fundraiser. Order
yours today, as the supply is limited! The T-shirt front logo features "Rootie," the cartoon creation of Route 66 artist Jerry McClanahan.
Hot off the Press
The Grand Junction Free Press published two articles on the eve of Marie and Charlotte's departure. The first article, Hitting the road for Huntington’s, introduces you to the ride and riders and gives the background to the many Bike For the Cure rides. The second article, Living with Huntington’s Disease, introduces Genevieve, a PHD (Person with Hundington's Disease), who lives here in Grand Junction and her mother and caretaker, Pauline. The articles are well written and well worth reading.
Our "Awesome Foursome" Got written up yet again. Only this is the type of write up you like to get. Ben Broeren of the Capital Times in Madison Wisconson caught up with our foursome and did a writeup for them and about them and about Huntington's Disease. Here is a link to a copy of the article. Read it and enjoy and remember Women on ride to combat Huntington's. They truely are an awsome group and the article shares their story.