Pedaling for Parkinson's 2014
|Steve Quam seeks to share a message of hope and encouragement and to show that life dreams are still feasible even after a diagnosis of a chronic degenerative brain disorder. He is living the motto of the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's: It is possible to live well with Parkinsonís! Steve has been representing The Foundation since 2010 and has been active in the Parkinsonís Support Group of the Upstate (SC) since 2008.|
Routes TBA. (Bellingham, WA to Edisto Island, SC)
You Can Help!
1. Bicycle with Steve an hour, a day, a week or 5 months!
2. Host Steve along the way.
3. Donate to Steve's cause and support the work of the Davis Phinney Foundation.
To learn more about Steveís story, check out the following video developed by the Davis Phinney Foundation:
You can E-mail Steve and Jeanne at: email@example.com.
Rough Idea of stops:
Newhalem, WA/Diablo Lake Campground
Rainey Pass 4,855
Washington Pass 5,477
Loup Loup Pass 4,020
Republic @2,600' with on steep climb
Sherman Pass 5,575'
Kettle Falls @1500'
Colville & rest???
NE of Olson Creek
Newport, WA-ID border Flat
Sandpoint-End SECTION 1
Bonner's Ferry, ID
ROCKY GORGE RECREATION CENTER 21.3 mi S of Rexford!
Eureka, MT (REST??)
Border crossing onto Grassmere, BC
Elko rather than baynes Lakes great divide canada
Fernie to Sparwood Map 14 Gr. Parks N Section 2
Past Crowsnest Pass 4,457 to Coleman, BC
Pincher Creek OFF Hwy 3 onto 507 1/2 way on trip
Map 17 intersection with CANADA Hwy 5 at Waterton Park/Glacier
Mountain View, AB Map 26 toward Leavitt on 5
Del Bonita, AB
Cut Bank, MT
The following: General Route
Essentially follow US 2 from Cut Bank To Wolf Point, MT
E of Nashua @Wolf Point off Hwy 2 onto Dickinson, ND