SPONSORS

Aloha!

Thanks for coming to our Sponsor page! The MOST HELPFUL thing you can do to support us is by looking at your own life everyday in order that you may move past your fears, becoming the happiest and healthiest you can be, this will invariably help to bring about the most important change and a better world for all.

What We would Like Assistance With:

1. A PATRON to fund our project. I keep it relatively simple as that seems to keep the adventure quotient high and there is no better reason for what we are doing than to have an Epic Adventure, after all, if the people on the mission aren’t stoked, what good is it?!.  We keep it very simple: Food, water, bike parts not donated, VISA money, boat fares, bribe money, etc.  Currently there is one rider, me, Chris Bornstein, its costs me 5-8k to go for a year, like I said, N I N J A !your ad here

2. We would like to find Sponsors and Donors who willing to lend a hand to projects that we find along the way that we feel are well led, well organized, and backed with sound reasoning and purpose.  Please look at our Friends/Non-Profits page for groups/organizations we have found thus far!

3. Sponsors/Donors to supply actual things needed – parts, super foods, etc.

Please contact me and know that I am stoked to have your support as I Journey ever deeper!

Many Thanks and Aloha!

SPONSORS

Aloha!

Thanks for coming to our Sponsor page! The MOST HELPFUL thing you can do to support us is by looking at your own life everyday in order that you may move past your fears, becoming the happiest and healthiest you can be, this will invariably help to bring about the most important change and a better world for all.

What We would Like Assistance With:

1. A PATRON to fund our project. I keep it relatively simple as that seems to keep the adventure quotient high and there is no better reason for what we are doing than to have an Epic Adventure, after all, if the people on the mission aren’t stoked, what good is it?!.  We keep it very simple: Food, water, bike parts not donated, VISA money, boat fares, bribe money, etc.  Currently there is one rider, me, Chris Bornstein, its costs me 5-8k to go for a year, like I said, N I N J A !your ad here

2. We would like to find Sponsors and Donors who willing to lend a hand to projects that we find along the way that we feel are well led, well organized, and backed with sound reasoning and purpose.  Please look at our Friends/Non-Profits page for groups/organizations we have found thus far!

3. Sponsors/Donors to supply actual things needed – parts, super foods, etc.

Please contact me and know that I am stoked to have your support as I Journey ever deeper!

Many Thanks and Aloha!

Oceanside to Ocean Beach = Magic for me

Fantastic dope ride today ( I am writing this a day after the fact=), i guess I should just write like it was a day ago and not be cute….
So, ride from Scott’s home, Scott who is a concert pianist, playing for the last 20 years and has a classic heavy metal bent to his playing that is superbly RAD!  It was such a treat, yes, i will use the word treat, to be able to chat for 2 days with someone who is at a pinnacle of creative genius, he paints, he talks freely about quantum physics, all of course in his hot tub, amazing time for my mind and soul.
I left Oceanside to a wonderful ride along the coast of California heading south, met a super cool guy from New Zealand at a fruit stand, said Aloha to the guys at revolution in Encinitas and then had a great conversation with a guy who rode with me all the way to Solana Beach and introduced me to the crew at B and L Bikes in Solana, where, Bingo Bango Bongo, I got SPONSORED!  So far my bike is under thier care for a thorough check up and it looks like it may turn into a long term sponsorship deal.  So stoked, especially as my next stop is TECATE!
At the apex of my Torrey Pines hill climb, I was grabbed by the spectacle of serious bikers hanging out at a driving range and a table full of fruit….  It was a heck of a climb=)  I was now a brief part of the Bike Palace Scott Harman Memorial ride….  We talked story for a bit and the race attendant gave me water, Hammer energy packets and fruit.  Pictures were taken and when the guys rode off, I took my time to follow as more pics were taken.  Due to my weight of 150 pounds (Sorry Chris -Ventura County, I gained it all back on my bike=), I was able to catch the guys on the down hill.  I ended up being able to maintain a decent enough race pace (cause I’m a ninja) that the gentleman and I had a great conversation for about 10-12 miles until I peeled off to say “Aloha” to the crew at the Bike Warehouse.
I was super happy to show up at my next destination, Val’s house, walked to the Ocean Beach beach, hung out at a massive block party and then had a wonderful dinner with the SeaWorld fireworks in the background.
One epic thought that was proposed to me by Val in the hot tub: do the periods under exclamation points feel different for those under question marks and how do they feel together when side by side!?!?!?
Very stoked on the next couple weeks as my bike is fixed and Val has me set up working with children that are working with Autism AND working for a non-profit that brings in children from refugee camps around the world here to San Diego.  So, I have a mission and a purpose for now=)

Aloha!