Two weeks to go until Cycle for Change begins

July 13, 2009 at 4:22 pm 1 comment

Well the departure date approachs at a furious rate of knots and we are in the final stages of preparation before we leave for Kathmandu on the 26th of July. I finally had my bike delivered after a torturous three weeks of having it held up in customs but it was worth it. The Thorn Raven is an absolute beauty and I was able to jump straight on and it felt like i had been riding it for years. I must say the people at Thorn really put together a fantastic bike.

For the bike geeks here is my new pride and joy. The Thorn Raven- What a gem.

For the bike geeks here is my new pride and joy. The Thorn Raven- What a gem.

Besides that we hope to making some exciting announcements this week regarding some new partner organisations. We are finalsing details with NGO’s in India and  Bhutan in addition to a new equipment sponsor, all of which will allow us to tell the best story possible about the effects of climate change in the Himalaya and Bangladesh. Stay tuned for updates towards the end of the week.

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  • 1. Hugo  |  July 28, 2009 at 9:08 am

    Didn’t get to see your bike, Gavin, but just so you don’t feel lonely here’s my Flickr site with all mine.

    You take care, now! Have fun and keep pumping!

    Hi Eri!

    Reply

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