Saturday, March 31, 2012

5.5 easy steps...

I can get wordy sometimes so I'll boil it down!

Step 1. Pick an autism charity you'd like to support.

Step 2. Make a pledge (lump sum or per-mile donation).

     a. Email me ( with who you're supporting and your donation amount so I can add it to  
         the list.

Step 3. Follow my ride via twitter (@rales9) on Monday April 2nd.

Step 4. See the results.

Step 5. Make your donation directly to the charity you chose in step 1!

It's that simple!

Thanks for your support.

Ride on,

In Appreciation

I just want to say thanks to the The A.Skate Foundation, Surfers Healing, and Emily at Lemonade 4 Autism.

I'm speechless at the outpouring of support for this little endeavor.

I hope to one day repay the kindness.


Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Pledges received so far

Total raised so far....$548!!!!!

Donation pledges/promises are still coming in and I'm very excited/humbled for all of the support.
Remember, you choose the charity you'd like to support and you donate directly to them.
The money does not go through me!
I'm just riding my bike and trying to inspire people to support those who support our kids.
If you'd like to be added to the list of sponsors below, email me at
Remember, you donate directly to your chosen charity. This is the honor system.

$2 per mile
.10 per mile
.05 per mile

Thursday, March 15, 2012

How to participate....

While I am riding for as many Autism related charities as possible, I have received several inquiries about how to donate directly to my son's school, the Central California Autism Center.

Here is their contact information.

Central California Autism Center at California State University, Fresno 
Mailing Address: 2576 E San Ramon Ave Fresno, CA 93740
Physical Address: 5005 N Maple Ave Fresno, CA 93740
Phone: 559.278.6773
Fax: 559.278.7910

Checks made out to the Central California Autism Center can be mailed directly to the address listed above.

If you decide to support this cause, you can e mail me directly at

I am hoping to get a pledge list started as I've already received several promises of support.