How to Ride “Army Strong”

It’s been several months since I’ve had the opportunity to post here on MyBikeInfo.

As many of you know, I’m a prostate cancer survivor and the founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project and the Prostate Cancer Pony Express. The pasty seven months were devoted almost entirely to orchestrating the 2012 Pony Express ride that finished in Washington, DC in September.

I’ve had a chance to catch my breath from that and I’m going to begin posting here again, because we have some really fun bicycling events that you might enjoy, so check back here or subscribe with your blog RSS tool.

Sunday was Veterans Day, and I would like to thank all of my Brothers in Arms, both living and passed, for their service to their country. Go Army

This is me, Robert Hess, riding last Sunday on Veterans Day. I climbed pretty well in my “Army Strong” jersey. There’s a free pair of Lin cycling socks for the first person to tell me where this picture was taken. Game On gals and guys!

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About The Success Architect®️

Business Owner | Business Advisor | Cancer survivor, Class of 2003 | Founder and President of the Cancer Journeys Foundation | Founder of the Tour de USA®️ to End Cancer | Founder and CEO of The Success Foundry | Best Selling Author | Speaker | Senior Fellow @ the Center for the Digital Future USC Annenberg School |Business Coach Founder, CEO of TSG Inc | Founder and Partner of InterSpaceLA | Thought Partner | Founder of Pony Express Riders | Autocrosser | Motorcycle Rider | Bicycle Racer | USA Cycling Coach | Retired career Army officer | Prostate Cancer Advocate | Find me at
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