Great route, well stocked rest stops, friendly volunteers. And my kids got fitted with new bike helmets.
Excellent condition of roads chosen, and the beautiful scenery along the way. Friendly volunteers at rest stops, of course.
As a first time EAP rider and from out of town (Ashville, NC), it was a very well organized event. I really liked the signs on the road, rest stops were right amount and plentiful and the cheering section at the end of the ride was awesome as were all the volunteers and THE PEACHES!
Our Mission: The Brain Injury Association of Maryland shall be the voice of those affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, and research.
Our Vision: We bring health, hope, and healing to thousands of Marylanders living with brain injury, their families, and the professionals who serve them.
Our three full-time, one part-time staff are here to serve you. Our all volunteer Board of Directors strive to provide the utmost service and leadership to the brain injury community.
BIAMD Enters the Blogosphere. In recognition of Brain Injury Awareness Month and our newly revitalized website, we've decided to try our hand at blogging. As with any new venture, we enter into this project with excitement, enthusiasm, and just a little fear. While we are thrilled to have this additional tool to communicate with our community, our state, our nation, our world, we also recognize that...