Hello, Jeff here... I started riding for Roswell in 2008, after my brother Dave passed. He rode during his treatment, and I rode in his memory. I still do. I ride his bike, usually the tandem, wearing his gear, and often with one or more of his daughters. Our team is called Team Snap; Snap was Dave's nickname at work. We still don't know its origin, though I suspect it may have regarded legendary flatulence?! Anyway, maybe tmi...
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