In honor of Pedal to the Meadow’s 5th anniversary, we’re making a jersey!
They will be Voler club fit in high-wicking fabric, both men’s and women’s styles, with a stunning design by Robert Rekward of Tsunami Marketing, using the original art by Michelle Dick. A unique Kaua`i souvenir and gift!
>> Starting this afternoon until March 15, you can stop by Kauai Cycle in Kapaa to try on size samples. (You’ll want to, as all sales are final.)
Place your order by March 17 — There’s a log at Kauai Cycle, or email me at p2mKauai@gmail.com and mail check for $68, made out to M. Williamson, to PO Box 455, Kalaheo, HI 96741.
Questions? Need sizing advice? email p2mKauai@gmail.
[final design subject to revision / image is the property of Pedal to the Meadow.]
Colin Cross of Hawaii Race Photos has posted proofs of the 2013 race at
ANNOUNCING VISITORS FROM ROADBIKE PHILIPPINES
Roadbike Philippines pro Mark Galedo
Tradewind Cycling Team welcomes pro rider Mark John Lexer Guevarra Galedo – Roadbike PH National Cyclist, and four members of the Roadbike Philippines organization, who naturally also are cyclists:
Pablito “Bong” Mendoza Sual – Roadbike PH Team Owner; Gary Tatlonghari Advincula – Roadbike PH Administrative Director; and Froi Sumanjit Dayco – Roadbike PH Cycling Consultant / Analyst.
Check out the gorgeous poster for the Banana Poka Round-Up festival hosted by Koke`e Museum / Hui o Laka. Our awards ceremony will be at noon, as part of the event program. If you’re not already a member, please support the folks who welcome our race to end at this fun fair in the forest. www.kokee.org.
<< That’s Johnny Weir in the photo.
Need a place to stay for P2M? Cyclist and inn owner Steve Layne is offering registered P2M riders 25% his already low rates at Garden Island Inn at Kalapaki Beach.
The first Inn guest to reach the top will win a totebag and cafe gift certificate!
Mahalo for your support, Steve.
Please join us in welcoming Haleakala Solar to the P2M family. The company is our water bottle sponsor for 2013. Mahalo to Rob Roy — General Manager of Operations and a Tradewind Cycling Team member — for arranging this much needed support!
The lava flow of new paving now reaches from the “intersection” all the way down to “first bridge” on the Koke`e Road. It’s like riding on black velvet. We know they spiffed it just for us!
Stay just yards from the start — Race volunteers Barbara and David offer the closest beds to the P2M start line on Koke`e Road in Kekaha. For nightly and weekly rates, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 651-2488.
Our P2M’12 podium girl, Jackie Taylor, was named Miss Kauai Veteran 2012 and rode in yesterday’s parade through Kapaa. Jackie is a senior at Waimea High School. Congrats!
Miss Kauai Veterans 2012 Jackie Taylor