Cristina Ribeiro (#LilPowerhouse) will be riding all day on Tuesday, November 14th, in honor of her niece, Henley, and to raise awareness for becoming a bone marrow donor. Please see her post here, sign up to be a donor, and join her on any of her rides, using the hashtag #HealingHenley in your location.
Dear Fellow Tribers!
I’ve decided to run the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon 11/4/18 with Team for Kids and I am asking for your support of their inspiring mission. Team for Kids is a team of adult runners who raise funds for critical services provided by New York Road Runners youth programs. These programs empower youth development and encourage healthy habits via running and character-building programs across the country.
Your giving helps New York Road Runners youth programs:
Serve 267,000 students nationwide – including 134,000 in New York City’s five boroughs – through free NYRR youth running programs, events, and resources.
Engage students in long-term athlete development (LTAD), a lifelong journey that guides an individual’s experience in sports and physical activity to develop healthy minds and bodies for life.
Help build the next generation of athletes by supporting coaches, educators, and fitness leaders with the tools they need to make a difference.
Whether you are a runner, have worked with children, or have kids yourself, I hope you will join me to further this great cause!
See you at the finish line!
On October 22nd, Kim Hydorn (#gooniesgirl) will be riding for 4 1/2 hours to raise money for the CAF (Challenged Athletes Foundation).
You can find out more info and support her here.
I am a two time breast cancer survivor from the Boston area. My last recurrence was this past May and resulted in a double mastectomy. All went very well with my recovery and I’m beyond thrilled to be healthy again.
Can’t tell you how sorry I am to be missing out on the 10/15 JSS Tribe Ride in support of the Avon 39 team but I have purchased a shirt from the JSS Tribe Pink Ribbon Collection so I’ll definitely be there in spirit. Physically I’ll be participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Concord, NH that day. I have done this walk annually since 2011 to not only celebrate my survival but to help the American Cancer Society ensure others are able to do the same. If you are interested in checking out this event or making a donation my personal page is below. I will be thinking of the Avon 39 team as I walk among a sea of pink knowing we are all doing our part to help kick this cancer’s ass. Cross your fingers for good weather in NH—it has snowed on us in the past! Thanks, #MrsSunshine
We know many of you are frustrated by the recent changes regarding visibility of others on the LB when riding OD simultaneously. Kristy sent an email on behalf of the JSSTribe about it to Yony, the CTO for Peloton, and this was his response:
Apologies for the unintended consequences the recent leaderboard change have cost. We have been working diligently to insure the leaderboard’s performance continues to improve and last week’s change was a piece of the puzzle. Please rest assured that we recognize that riding together is core to the Peloton experience and our team is already addressing and working on ways to improve and enhance your experience as it relates to scheduling on demand rides together. We will share more information as it becomes available in the coming weeks. Thank you for your feedback and understanding.
Hear why Lisa became a Seahawks fan, how she hurt her knee, and when the whole #JSSisMagic hashtag started.
Yanina has arranged for JSSTribe members to get first/early access to ride with JSS in the studio on Sunday, October 15, 2017 in support of fighting breast cancer and supporting those who are doing the Avon 39 walk that same weekend.
If you are interested in joining in on this exclusive JSSTribe ride, please make sure you have at least one ride credit available in your Peloton studio account, and message Yanina with your email address.
Please see the website calendar for 10/15, where you can access the link to Yanina’s original FB post for more info.