Crankgiving Miami 2014 : Recap & Photos



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An excellent and fun time was had by all at our 6th annual Cranksgiving Bicycle Food Drive & Alleycat Race yesterday afternoon, despite grey skies and strong winds we still managed to have 186 registered cyclists and collected 900 lbs in non-perishable items (an estimated $2,250 value) for the Camillus House. Thank you to Gary Medenhall and the Origin8 crew (James, Ross, and Michael) for all their help, to Sidebar Miami for hosting us, and most importantly to everyone who participated in this worthy cause. Also special thanks to all of our sponsors: Ass SaversBike NerdsChamp BagsChromeCinelliKINDKnogKryptoniteMack Cycle & FitnessMagic City Bicycle Collective, New BelgiumMonkeyLectricOmnium BicyclesRoad HollandSun Cycling, and Vita Coco. We hope to see you everyone again next year!

This year NBC's TODAY Show participated in Cranksgiving, anchors Natalie Morales and Kerry Sanders along with NBC tv correspondents Jawan Strader, Julia Bagg, and Jamie Guirola rode their bikes to help raise food for the Camillus House.


Cranksgiving was featured on NBC's TODAY Show Monday morning!




Podium:

Congrats to John Voss on being the "Most Charitable" rider and winning a Road Holland jersey.

1st - Zugor
2nd - Katriel P
3rd - Amy P

1st Girl - Amy P (3rd overall)
2nd Girl - Laura P (4th overall)
3rd Girl - Maria J (11th overall)

1st Fixed - Zugor (1st overall)
1st Out of Towner - TIII (10th overall)
1st MTB - Mike C (6th overall)
1st Kids - Haley & Emily

Once again thanks to everyone who participated and hope to see you again next year!

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  1. A ton of fun all around! Thank you both Gary and Rydel!!

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  2. Thanks to all---it was great fun for a great cause---just don't try this in Ft. Lauderdale!

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