Help Bob Help Babies

We all know Bob.  We all love Bob.  I mean, what’s not to love?  He’s handsome, charismatic, funny, kind, and hygienic (usually… well, sometimes… if you’re lucky).  And now we have one more reason to love this man.

You see, he’s riding for a reason at the 24 Hours of Syllamo race on April 10th.  I’ve already pledged what I could (what can I say, I’m poor), so see if you can help him out by forking out a donation.  Or better yet, pledge to donate some money for every lap that Bob does to motivate him to complete even more laps (each lap is 10.5 miles with around 2400 feet of climbing and descending EACH lap!).

Be sure to check out his post right here to see what it’s all about, and help him out if you can.  If you don’t, look at how Bob will feel:

Sad Bob

Please don't make Bob cry - Help him out.

About Lukas Lamb

Husband to a wonderful wife, father to 4 incredible kids (3 daughters and 1 son), adventure racer, mountain biker, runner, lifter of weights, reader of books, and lover of life. He can be found on Google+

Posted on February 17, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Wow, now I’m feeling the love:)

    Isn’t that the pic from after Rim Wrecker where I drank too much beer too fast and literally fell asleep standing up?

    That was a good day.

  2. Yup, that was the pic from Rim Wrecker where you drank too much. It was also the same Rim Wrecker where you smashed Corey to win the 1st place. It was not a good day… It was a great day.

  3. Oh come on now, it was only a 3 minute gap over 2nd place….barely worth reminding Corey every chance we get…..for the rest of his life… every social function…at his birthday party….at his wedding dinner… his funeral if he dies first…

  4. A three minute gap, that’s HUUUUGE!!! It’s like a 180 second lead. I just saw a guy over the weekend win a gold medal by like 5 1000ths of a second. The guy that took home silver lost by like an inch or two.

    Dude, you beat Corey by 180,000ths of a second. That is the difference between like first and last in many olympic events. No wait a minute…that’s the difference between a gold medal and watching the event from home on TV. Way to go. Next time maybe you can beat him by 185,000ths of a second.

  5. Hey, I finished the website for the fundraiser:

    Check it out if you guys get a chance, and tell the world. This is a great oppurtunity to do something very positive for a total stranger!!

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