Cycling for Oregon Supported Living Program

IMAG0841Oregon Supported Living Program is an organization that is devoted to enhancing the lives of people living with developmental disabilities. They have supported living programs for adults, in home care, vocational training, and community inclusion programs to help some wonderful people in Oregon. Needless to say, it’s a fantastic organization, and one that we’re proud to stand behind.

To show our support for OSLP, we supported their Pedal for People metric century bike ride in Eugene, OR. We were at the finish line helping re-hydrate riders, and we took full advantage of the gorgeous day at Armitage Park.

But to really show how much we care, we pedaled like maniacs! A huge pack of PacificSource riders took to the streets to ride for the cause. We had about 20 cylists all decked out in our cycling team gear, and all of them finished the 100 Kilometer ride (about 67 miles).

We can’t thank the good people at OSLP enough for letting us take part in the event. It was a fantastic way to gain awareness for the work they’re doing, and let the Eugene community learn more about how they’re helping people living with disabilities. The day was truly inspiring. Not to mention, the ride was gorgeous.

Check out photos from the finish line, and our cycling team in action.

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