Join The Live Big Challenge to Honor a Fallen Friend on August 16, 2014
A bike ride will be held on August 16, 2014 in honor of Bryan Byrge, a Fishbowl employee who died in a tragic bike accident earlier this year.This ride is called the Live Big Challenge because Bryan’s motto in life was to “always live big.” He was an avid biker and he was dedicated to helping others throughout his life, so this is a perfect opportunity to honor him. All proceeds from this event will go to Bryan’s wife and children.
Three Route Options
Bicyclists of all ages and experience levels are invited to participate in the Live Big Challenge. There are three routes available:The Alpine Loop starts and ends at Fishbowl’s office located at 580 East Technology Avenue in Orem, Utah. It goes for 40 miles in a big loop through Alpine. It includes 3,500 feet of elevation climbing, so it’s not for the faint of heart. This ride begins at 6 a.m.The Flat Route has the same starting and ending point as the Alpine Loop, but it goes in a north-south direction over much less hilly terrain. It’s 24 miles long with only 452 feet of elevation climbing, so it’s a better option for less intense riders. This one begins at 7 a.m.The Memorial Ride is a nice easy ride that also starts and ends at Fishbowl’s office, and it just goes for a little over one mile over mostly flat terrain. This is a great option for little kids and families who want to participate. This one begins at 8 a.m.
Sign Up Now
We will have activities for everyone. Anyone who just wants to show up and support the event can enjoy food and games. We’ll have a raffle, sponsored by our generous donors, and some music (and possibly even live entertainment).It’s really easy to sign up for this event. Simply click here and purchase whichever option you prefer. You can just sign up for the ride or you can also get a jersey and other bike clothing at the same time. If you sign up in July, you can also get a $25 discount by using this coupon code at checkout: SAVE25. Remember, all of the money raised from this ride will go directly to help Bryan’s family, so we really appreciate your donation.Join the mailing list on The Live Big Challenge website to get the latest news and updates. This is going to be a wonderful event where we can all come and show our support for a wonderful friend and his family. Bryan gave so much to others during his life without thinking of himself. Let’s return the favor in a big way.