In the words of the riders
Being together with such a congenial group made the 75 km seem almost effortless.
Our bikes may have got decidedly grimy from the wet roads, but at least we didn't get wet.
Those blueberry muffins were delicious and my back massage and Voltaren rub were greatly appreciated!
We negotiated the dreaded Queensway cross-over like a well oiled team, owning the road and daring the traffic to let us through.
Trepidation was my big feeling starting off on my very first Ride To Turn The Tide. Didn’t last long, instead had a fine time discovering big and modest farmhouses on the roads leading to Richmond.
Dear fellow cyclists, all our sponsors, our wonderful support staff, those who prepared the goodie bags and cards, and all the people who came out to greet and support us at the start and finish as well as the dear generous folks at our first rest stop – thank you for a wonderful day!
Mostly I am so very impressed by the support and friendship of Grassroot Grannies and the incredibly generous support of family, friends and former work colleagues. I feel blessed.
Can’t thank Diane and Mary Jane enough for your great sag wagon support along the route. We didn’t even need maps or directions as you were at every bend and turn on the route.