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Remembering Mike Clark"Anyone who knew him admired his focused and unyielding work ethic, his remarkable spirit and the positive energy he gave to all, day in and day out.”
In March 2008, Mike Clark passed away unexpectedly due to complications from a surgical procedure. Shortly after his death, his friends and family founded the Mike Clark Legacy Foundation to honor his memory. They wanted to continue Mike’s lifelong dedication to serving the Club’s youth. With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of Mike’s Kids by providing programs to assist them in making positive life choices.
Category Archives: Chuck’s 2015 Blog
Afternoon, I arrived safely back home early Monday morning to a good old greeting from Harley and Ginger. In case you do not know who Harley and Ginger are, they are our dogs. Unconditional love. But I was also greeted … Continue reading
MORNING, Today we woke to a sun filled sky and warm temps. What a way to end a ride. How do I sum up this ride; first and foremost – ITS ALL ABOUT THE KIDS! Secondly, Oregon has natural beauty … Continue reading
Hey there, Back on line I need to update you on many things that have heppen over the last two days. We lost wifi, which means, I am playing catch with you. The Oxbow Dam ride gave us a clear … Continue reading
Afternoon, Unlike yesterday, today was full of surprises with 17 miles of climbing at 6-7% of grade. Compared to home it climbing Cannery for 17 miles with no stops!! But we finally made it to Hells Cannyon and the climbing … Continue reading
Afternoon everyone, I was not able to get a wifi signal in Farewell Bend last night and no blog was sent. Sorry about that but we are live today and updated information is coming your way! Yesterdays ride can be … Continue reading
Morning, Unlike the ride across America, people who cycle Oregon stay in tents. Yes, I said tents and if you are not a fan, like me, then you make due with the best accomdations that you can. Well, this is … Continue reading
Afternoon, What an incredible journey so far and we haven’t been on our bikes!! The ride from Portland to Baker City is full of scenes that just takes your breath away. The view of the mountains are spectatular and we … Continue reading
Many thanks to everyone who supported the MCLF last night at Anejo. A huge shout out to Tommy Abel, Erik Williams and Dan Larnick for their support! Most importantly. many thanks to my wife, Suzanne, and Andrea Riley for their … Continue reading
Hey gang, A very successful event Wednesday night and we brought home some hardware! You know, as we age, I am convinced that we do not lose any of our speed or endurance but we do not have the ability … Continue reading