California Fundraiser to Benefit Paul David Clark Bicycling Safety Fund
February 14, 2006
On February 21, 2006, Specialized Bicycles is hosting a fundraising reception at the Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California. The event—from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.—is open to the public and follows the conclusion of the second stage of the inaugural Tour of California. Tickets are $20 per person, and proceeds will benefit the Paul David Clark Bicycling Safety Fund and the California Bicycle Coalition. The Paul David Clark Bicycling Safety Fund was created in honor of Paul David Clark, an avid cyclist who was struck and killed by a pickup truck while riding his bike in Livermore, California, in 2005. The fund's mission is to encourage motorists to be more aware of bicyclists and to compel motorists and bicyclists to respectfully share the road. All donations to the fund will be used for Share the Road campaigns and Safe Routes to School initiatives. Tuesday's reception is an opportunity to learn about the technology behind the bikes and equipment used by the world's best racers. Doctors Andy Pruitt and Roger Minkow, the world's leading specialists in shoe- and saddle-fit technology, will conduct live demonstrations of Specialized Body Geometry technology. Attendees can tour the museum after-hours, enter to win great prizes (including a Gerolsteiner jersey signed by Levi Leipheimer), and mingle with invited Specialized athletes Peter Reid, Darren Berrecloth, Floyd Landis, Gerolsteiner, Davitamon-Lotto, and Victory Brewing Team.
Please join us for this special event:
Tuesday, February 21 6:30-9:30 p.m. Museum of Innovation 201 S. Market Street San Jose, California Sponsored by Specialized Bicycles and the City of San Jose.