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Greg Miller - 5th Annual BMF Memorial Ride

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THE STORY:

The Bob Miller Foundation will be holding a Memorial Bike Ride every September. The 5th annual ride will take place at 11am on Sunday, September 20th. Check in will be held at the Snoqualmie Falls overflow parking lot from 10:00 to 11:00am. 

 

Our dad was an avid cyclist and very involved with the Cascade Bicycle Club, both as a ride leader and teaching classes on basic maintenance and flat repair. We have selected his favorite route to use for the Memorial Ride. The ride starts at the parking lot in Snoqualmie, WA and follows quiet country roads up to the base of Mt. Si, through North Bend and into some of the small hills near Snoqualmie Falls. It provides some spectacular scenery, with a route people of all skill levels should be able to complete. There is one moderate climb, but its doable by all skill levels. We want people to enjoy our dad's favorite activity on his favorite roads without the stress of needing to train for the ride. Check out our website for more info by clicking here!

 

Directions to Snoqualmie Falls Parking Lot (the overflow lot directly across the street from the falls):
6501 Railroad Avenue Southeast - Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Photo evidence of this location can be found by scrolling through the photos on this event page!

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To This Fundraiser

$794

MONEY RAISED
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  • Tomback Family

    $150

  • Anonymous

    $20

  • Justin

    $40

  • Anonymous

    $50

  • Mike Crenshaw

    $125

  • Chris Piton

    $100

  • GORDON MILLER

    $50

  • Anonymous

    $25

  • Barb Hershberg

     

  • Sounds at Sunset

    $134

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Donor Comments

Sounds at Sunset

Sounds at Sunset

DONATION: $134

3 years ago

Barb Hershberg

Barb Hershberg

Have a great ride honoring our family snd your Dad 3 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $25

3 years ago

GORDON MILLER

GORDON MILLER

DONATION: $50

It's not fair he died so early. He really cared about his siblings, family and friends, I was very lucky to have a brother whom i could depend on thru thick and thin. To say that I miss him is an understatement and I appreciate what greg and jamie are doing to preserve his memory. What did I like best about bob? Probably his sense of humor. He didn't tell jokes, he told stories and he had a lot of them. He was an exchange student in germany and I remember his stories about living with a family in BAVARIA and having to eat some pretty fatty foods and learn to "drink". He went to OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE and told me he was not exactly equal to his peers there, i.e., they were damn smart. When he was diagnosed with an eye disease that could cause blindness, he went to Michigan to get a degree in mobility training for the blind and then taught special education in Seattle for a year, after which I think he went to work as a factory rep for my father, that was likely a tough decision for someone who really wasn't interested in business. He went thru good times and bad times in his career as a rep but his customers trusted him and he never compromised his ethics. In his career the major companies he was a sales rep for were wigwam socks, danner boots and filson coats. To say the least, it was tough being a traveling sales rep and keeping these companies happy, especially thru ownership changes where the new owners had to maintain or increase sales to pay for the company. 3 years ago

Chris Piton

Chris Piton

DONATION: $100

3 years ago

Mike Crenshaw

Mike Crenshaw

DONATION: $125

3 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $50

Have a great ride! 3 years ago

Justin

Justin

DONATION: $40

3 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $20

3 years ago

Tomback Family

Tomback Family

DONATION: $150

3 years ago