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Looking for a service (or product) one of your fellow racers might offer? Every listing on this page is from someone who HAS raced in Over The Hump. Please support their business when you have the opportunity.
Estate Services is dedicated to Connecting You To Your Home. Fact: Today’s electronic environment is complicated. We offer solutions for Home Theater, Home Automation and Lighting Controls to create a custom environment tailored to you and your lifestyle that puts you in control, literally.
Take charge of your entertainment….. Bow Lemp: 866 334-0787 ES@Quixnet.net
Joey and George Montgomery are a father-son State Farm Agency, providing insurance and financial services. Our offices are located in Fullerton (Just off the Fullerton Loop - near the courthouse) and have been proud to service our clients since 1973.
Ph 714-526-7001 email: email@example.com
SDG saddles, SPECIALIZED waterbottles, OGIO gear bags, DNA apparel, AMERICAN APPAREL t’s, CAMELBAK packs, FLEXFIT headwear, RACESOX socks, POP UP tents, STICKERS… and more:
If you are interested in listing your business on this page please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of Our Mountain Bike Industry and Good Cause Friends
SHARE promotes responsible mountain biking whether it be technical single tracks or gradual fire roads. We welcome riders of all levels from expert to beginner, provide discounts at bike shops and encourage participation with trail maintenance in our local and state parks.
Project Rwanda is committed to furthering the economic development of Rwanda through initiatives based on the bicycle as a tool and symbol of hope. Our goal is use the bike to help boost the Rwandan economy as well as re-brand Rwanda as a beautiful and safe place to do business and visit freely.
The first 50 Mile Ride for Project Rwanda, held in December 2006, started out as a 50th birthday ride for founder Doug Grant. The goal for our original ride was to attract 50 riders and to raise $7500 (enough to fund 50 Rwandan Coffee Bikes – see www.projectrwanda.org for more info). We underestimated the response from our local mountain biking community. A total of 247 riders participated, and we raised over $30,000 for Project Rwanda.
The Warrior Society- The Warrior’s Society is dedicated to maintaining and improving the trails in the Cleveland National Forest.
Trail Angels- Creating an atmosphere of FUN, encouragement, adventure and strength through mountain biking for women of all ages. To give them the tools that are necessary to handle most technical situations and to feel more confident on the bike and out in their world.
Efficiency Coaching- Do you have limited time to train? Ride stronger and race faster! Break through to the next level of fitness. Stay up with those group rides. To achieve these desires most cyclists will spend 3 to 8 hours or more a week riding their bikes. However, their training tends to be unstructured, even random, and ultimately inefficient.
Awareness Cambodia’s purpose is to “Rebuild the Children of Cambodia”. Awareness Cambodia makes a real difference by giving special attention to the most vulnerable. They provide shelter and care for orphans and protection for abused and trafficked children. They support those affected by HIV/AIDS. Awareness Cambodia continues to develop medical and educational projects that focus on rescuing, protecting and empowering lives.
Established in 2004, OCRider.com serves a group of people devoted to the enjoyment of bicycling, fitness and friendship in and around our great Orange County, California. Our members are at all levels of bike fitness, from hammerheads to pleasure riders. We don’t discriminate on ability and we do enjoy the common bond; our love of cycling. If you like to bike and meet new friends then we encourage you to join us on rides.
Wheels4Life is a non-profit charity (501c(3)), that provides free bicycles for people in need of transportation in Third World countries. We partner with local individuals, organizations and other groups to help us identify persons who sincerely need a bike to be able to go to school or to work. Often these people live in very primitive and remote areas with no access or means to public transportation. The closest school, doctor or work-place might be 10 or 20 miles away. Having a bike can make all the difference in somebody’s life and can give them a chance to break out of the vicious poverty cycle. The gift of mobility, in form of a bicycles, can do miracles. (A Hans Rey Charity)