The JettRide is a cross country cycle tour for teens to raise funds and awareness to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

August 1st – Doylestown, PA

Posted on August 06, 2012

August already?! Where has the time gone? Today we headed to
Doylestown. We were all pretty tired from the long day we had
yesterday. The day had a lot of hills. Courtney fell over her
handlebars this morning. Thankfully she wasn’t hurt and she was ready
to keep going. TJ biked with us and he did really well. It wasn’t an
easy day and he should be proud of his accomplishment. After break and
before lunch we were joined by some more day riders. Drew’s
grandfather and uncle got the chance to bike with us. We were glad to
have them and you could tell Drew was happy to see family. His uncle
and grandfather were so fast! We should have guessed that since they
are related to Drew. In the blink of an eye they were gone. We had a
great lunch in the park. We biked to valley forge and we stopped at
the visitor’s center. We got a chance to watch a video about valley
forge and to explore the gift shop. From there we were shuttled the
rest of the day to the Doyle’s house. Last year they got to her house
so late and didn’t get much of a chance to hang out with her. This
year that wasn’t going to be the case. It’s also good that we got
shuttled the roads would have been really hard to bike on because they
were narrow and windy. When we got to the Doyle’s residence we had a
great meal. There was lots and lots of food. We also met Jake and
Victor at her house. Jake is Donna’s grandson. He was very quiet and
shy. We don’t blame him. We are a lot of people to have asking you
questions. Victor and his family came to see us. Victor was an
extremely intelligent boy and friendly. We had fun hanging out at the
house and swimming in the pool.

Love, TheĀ Jettriders

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