On August 5th, 2017, I will be riding / attempting to complete the "Copper Triangle" a 78 mile bike loop in Colorado as part of a fundraiser for Parkinson's. There are 2 significant mountain pass climbs, and the ride begins at 9,500+ feet, rises to 11,000+, descends to about 7,500 and then crests again at 10,500. Yes, it's also a little life-stage thing to challenge my stamina and fitness. The cause is good, and if Parkinson's has touched you / your family / your community, your support would be motivating to me and important to many. Even 13 cents a mile would be $10. If you would like to learn more about the ride/route: http://www.coppertriangle.com/course/ Good fund raisers probably don't say this, but I know many of you support other causes and are very generous to them, so if it's not a fit for you, no worries. I will try to do my best ride. My twitter is @KBariahtaris, will welcome motivational messages from you on 5AUG.