Adrienne Amador Oddi
As usual, the Oddis are bringing up the rear in Pelotonia registrations for the Midnight Train.
That said, I’m still hopeful we can recruit a few more folks for our ever-growing team (I see you Jamador!).
Although we may be last among the returners (and even some newbies!) on our team, we’re among the first 1200 or so to register for an event that will host over 8000 riders.
That’s good enough, right?
Alas — I’m tired of “good enough.”
We’re better than “good enough.”
I’m better than “good enough.”
So I registered today, within a few days of the Pelotonia registration going live.
And along with registering, I promise to be more than “good enough.”
I pedal so that doctors and researchers don’t have to settle.
I pedal so that patients continue to receive the highest quality treatment available.
I pedal so that families who are suffering can know that they’ll be getting more than “good enough.”
They’ll be getting the best we have to offer.
They’ll be getting the best I have to offer.
This year, I refuse to be good enough.
I’m going big because too many people are losing their battles against cancer, and I have to do something about it.
I’m going big because this year it’s personal, and I’m tired of cancer’s continued creep closer and closer to home.
I’m going big because it’s the only way to go against cancer. Cancer’s certainly putting up a good fight, and I’m not one to waver in the face of a challenge.
I’m going big…
For EL, SD, LG.
Are you with me?
Some team members will contribute periodically throughout the season as we ramp up to Pelotonia weekend in August.