Meyer's Grade

Descend into what we know


Truth is, Levi’s oatmeal is the same. Every day. So I decided to take it upon myself to pitch him some new breakfast. I’ve got a family of four to experiment on every day, and I’ve gotten pretty good at it. Some of these ideas I’ve come up with on my own. Others are borrowed, and of course references and credit are given when due.

Does Levi like it? Find out next week.

Author: Carlos Perez

Howdy Intrepid riders of the 2015 Levi’s Granfondo,

We are your On-Bike Marshals for the event and we wanted to introduce ourselves and tell you what our Role is and give you periodic pointers for a “feet on the street” perspective.

Those of you who are returning to the event have most likely seen our ranks among the riders each year. You may have heard us giving advice or encouragement, and yes, sometimes pointed orders, along the routes.

The On-Bike Marshals act as a critical part of the safety team, providing on route Eyes and Ears for the event each year. We are mostly local riders who know the courses, know the obstacles to look out for, and also, perhaps most importantly, we know the behaviors/tendencies in large groups of cyclists.

We are often the first on-scene at incidents and sometimes the last to leave after a rider is treated. We report back to the event organizers and responders with information about what we see and any intel we find along the way (Before and during the event too).

We are here for YOU, to make sure you have the safest and best day on two wheels! We hope that you are as excited about the event and the good it promotes as well are.

Expect to see more from us with pointers, tidbits, and hopefully helpful information coming from the Marshal’s Corner each month.

Happy New Year and let’s make 2015 a wonderful year together!

Jonathan and John
Granfondo Marshals

Jonathan Lee, Marshal Program Manager
Jonathan Lee
John Prouty, Marshal Program Manager
John Prouty

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