More than 15 riders join Saturday training session

It was a three flat Saturday!  17 riders joined us in near perfect conditions.

Greg Phelps
Greg Phelps

Remember! If you are participating in the 2015 Boomer’s Legacy British Columbia Ride and have not started training, now is the time to do so. The easiest way is to join our group, led by Greg Phelps and/or Dave Berry who leave from the Driftwood Mall parking area every Saturday morning at 8:30am. Expect a 30-50km ride with friendly, fun folks. 

Over in Campbell River  our training rides are led by Boomer’s Legacy Ride Marshal Ron Gauderault, leaving the Campbell River Sportsplex every Saturday morning at 8:30am.

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2014 Boomer’s Legacy Nova Scotia Ride a Huge Success

Maureen Eykelenboom

Cycling 180 Kim’s for Boomer’s Legacy, way to go Nova Scotia!

Maureen Eykelenboom

On Saturday, 13 September a group of 45 Nova Scotia riders successfully cycled 180 km from 14 Wing Greenwood to Citadell Hill Halifax, in support of Boomer’s Legacy. The event was blessed with sunny skies and no incidents.

Boomer’s Legacy extends our deepest thanks to Lisa Klco and everyone else who made this ride the success it was. Looking forward to 2015 already.

Have a look at the slideshow below for some images from the event.

You can view more images of the ride via the Boomer’s Legacy 2014 Nova Scotia Ride Facebook page.

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  • ATF Romania: ATF members completed the charity project and presented the key to the grandmother and her granddaughter on August 17, 2014.
  • Present during the key hand-over were representatives from Blythswood, the partner charity organization, and the mayor’s office.
  • The project was made possible by the personal motivation of ATF members, the generosity of the Boomer’s Legacy Foundation, the leadership of Blythswood Romania (charity), and the support of the Floresti Mayor’s Office and our hosts the Romanian Air Force.
  • The project made a big difference in the life of the beneficiary and has helped bring the ATF closer to the local community.