Sunday, April 20th, Madison, Great Dane #2, the weather was a complete 180 from last week, with temps in the upper 60’s, sunny, and the wind was maybe 10 mph, a far cry from last week; 39 deg temps and 20+ mph winds. The Master 4/5 field was large, 60+ at the start line. It was […]
Holding to a true style of story telling and building up the race and only giving the end after several long paragraphs would really fit here. But I can’t. I am very proud to say that Doug pulled off a fantastic win Sunday. Ok, now for the race recap…
The team embarked on its 2008 race season by heading out to Madison for the first of two races run by Great Dane Velo. Wheaton Franciscan was represented in just about every category offered over the course of the day. Now on to the highlights……… Nick and Addison played an aggressive race in the Cat […]
While the weather gods continued to be their nasty selves, keeping only the most determined logging trainer miles or boldly tempting fate outdoors, 15 riders representing 3 teams gathered in sunny Tucson for a healthy dose of pave and vitamin D. Late in 2007, much discussion took place regarding a destination that would provide the […]
Wednesday morning, October 10, 2007, team President Dave Eckel and team VP Andy Reiland presented a summary of the 2007 season to their 1st year and primary sponsor Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. They were given a time slot during the top executive’s weekly meeting. A power point presentation was shown giving the WFH Exec’s a summary […]
2007 Season was Great, but the Boyz I ride with are even better. Can you figure out who is who?
Is there one more race in these legs for 2007? My Race recap, a long one, well it was a 48 mile race.
On Saturday June 2nd, Team Wheaton Franciscan participated in our annual fundraiser, the 2007 Trek 100 Ride for Hope. The Trek 100 is put on by the MACC (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer) Fund; it is their premier event, and one of the largest fundraiser’s for childhood cancer and related blood disorder in the United […]
The sun continued to shine as did Team Wheaton.