a few between his races, Rob Evans, OTB Photo
a few between his races, Steven Woo, Third Pillar
Garrett Lau, SugarCRM/Los Gatos Bicycle Racing Club
Jenny Oh, Montano Velo Track
Derek Hickingbotham, Derek Hickingbotham
from the NCNCA email list -
You probably have heard by now that the proposed sentence for James
Council, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Deputy that killed Kristy
Gough and Matt Peterson. If you have not, James Council pretty much
gets away without much punishment. He is intended to wear an
electronic ankle bracelet for 4 months, serve 800 hours of community
service, do 3 years of probation and pretty much keep his job. It is
sad to see how little our justice system values the lives of those
that, through no fault of their own, cannot be with us anymore.
With that in mind, we decided to celebrate their lives by riding from
the West Valley Division of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department
to the memorial site and back. Below is the info:
When: Sunday, June 21st
Meeting at 10am
Address: 1601 S. De Anza Blvd., Cupertino, CA 95014
The ride will start at 11am.
Attached is the route for your reference:
We hope to see as many of you Sunday as we possibly can!!
Kurt Harvey, Kurt Harvey Photography
Feedzone, Birgit and Gary Stein, Third Pillar
Mike Grundmann, Webcor/Alto Velo
Michael Robertson, VeloDramatic
Joshua Hadley, Webcor/Alto Velo
Ryan*PC Gibson, Webcor/Alto Velo
From: Shawn Mehaffey
Sent: Tuesday, June 9, 2009 8:49:29 AM
Subject: Support Peter Leibold’s unicycle charity ride
Peter Leibold, the son or Velo Promo owner Robert Leibold, is embarking on an ambitious 200 mile unicycle charity ride this month. The route will be from South Lake Tahoe to San Francisco, again on a UNICYCLE! The ride will benefit his alma mater’s music department - Sonora High School. Accompanying Peter will be his friend Alex riding a unicycle for Crescenta High School’s music department.
Please consider making a donation for their cause. Peter has been working Velo Promo races for 14 years, helping us participate in the sport we love. This could be one small way we thank him for his efforts.
You can find out more information at Unicycle for the Arts
USCF Cat “B” Road / Moto Official
Master’s 1/2/3 Racer