* The head shaving took place before the ride. John Tolud was the winner on eBay, and generously added $100 on top of his winning bid
* There were a couple of minor glitches including a missing pair of cycling shoes, a sick rider and an AWOL rider. Thankfully, there were spare riders and spare shoes, and eight riders (and sixteen cycling shoes) finished the century
* A good time was had by all at the after party, which was generously hosted by The Sheep Station.
* At present we have collected over $5,000 and four ponytails. You can still donate at the Miles for Mom website.
The final roster of riders was: City Coach Manager Shane Neil, IM veteran/Jack Rabbit Manager Todd Colby, City Coach Athletes Nicole Sin Quee (who rode strong despite her illness), future Ironman Emily "Killer" Kindlon and past/future Ironman Jon Miles, Jerry Speier, BVF’s Jason Gay – himself a cancer survivor, and yours truly. The first riders "arrived" in 5:01, and the last was in by 5:37.
Thank you to everyone who helped by donating, encouraging, riding and cheering, as well as to all our sponsors and to Suzanne Hogan of Milk & Honey Events for volunteering her time to help us put this all together.