The Battle is On – Road Warrior Chairmen

June 13, 2012

in Community News, Recent News

The battle for the seat of ‘top contender’ among the Road Warrior Chairmen has commenced. Who’s your man? 

David Bauerly, the first MKP USA Chairman and one of the old guard in MKP Leadership, and Mike Elser, the current MKP USA Chairman and a much more recent entry into MKP are among the TWENTY FIVE men who will be riding in the RAGBRAI great bike ride across Iowa from July 22-28. Every man is aiming to complete 471 miles over 6 days. 

ANY BETS ON WHO WILL BE THE BIG FUNDRAISER?
 Click on the photo and make your vote with a pledge!

David Bauerly checked in with the obvious - he has put far more blood, sweat, and tears into the ManKind Project than most any man, and certainly more than Mike Elser - and he deserves to be the first man to get support.

Mike Elser checked in on his commitment to pay PER MILE for every mile of the ride that he doesn't complete by his own pedal power. The more money he raises, the more he will have to pay per mile for what he doesn't do


This is a big effort. All the riders will need help.

Please spread the word! ragbrai.mkp.org 

You can also check it out on the RAGBRAI TAB on the ManKind Project Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/theManKindProject/app_102068836552678

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