Brotherhood – Ride for Your Life
Every year too many Kiwi men’s lives are claimed by medical conditions and diseases that could have been diagnosed and treated effectively had they been caught earlier. Many of them could be saved. And that’s why, in November this year, Rick Martin of Cornerstone Group is going to go for the ride of his life – and possibly yours. prostate cancer, donate money to prostate cancer, new zealand
He’s going to put his own backside on the line, literally, by cycling from Bluff to Cape Reinga, including participating in the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge (160km), with the aim of encouraging men throughout the country to have annual wellness check-ups.
Rick says, “I want to get as many people together as possible to meet and ride with me into town at the end of each day’s ride to make as much noise and gather as much attention as possible for this worthy cause. This is an open invitation to anyone who can ride a bike!”
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Howabout that police man shot and killed, he peed on me at school when i was five (ellerslie primary school) i’ll never forget donald, he was a really cheeky kid. It wasn’t funny to me though, older kid trying to shoot his pee at me. He thought it was real funny.
38 – 39 years later and my thoughts are with him.