This years Tour de Cure is supporting and recognizing those of us that live with diabetes every day, and are riding in the Tour. The ADA will be giving Red Rider jerseys to registered riders with diabetes.
I think the jerseys look great, and I will proudly sport mine as a cycling diabetic!
For more information contact Micah at mbonkers (at) verizon(dot) net or Ruth at rfrobe (at) diabetes (dot) org. If you are a human, you can replace the dot and at with the proper symbols.
A Red Rider is...
...someone who lives with diabetes -
Type 1 or Type 2 - who can proudly
ride as an individual, with their own
team, or join the Red Rider team,
which consists of those living with
diabetes and their family and friends.
The purpose of the Red Riders...
...is to support everyone who lives
with diabetes and showcase the
courage it takes to live every day with
this difficult condition - and become
your own superhero.
And being a Red Rider means...
...that you are not alone. With
hundreds of riders who may share a
similar story, and hundreds more to
support you, being a Red Rider can
help with your first step or your
millionth - in your fight to live a