Toolshed sponsors NYC/Warwick roundtrip bike ride to raise $$ for Road Recovery’s at-risk kids in need

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Toolshed has had the good fortune to have worked with hundreds of incredible musicians throughout our fourteen years in the social media marketing and digital PR business. We try to pay it forward by helping to raise money and awareness for ROAD RECOVERY, a non-profit organization, by doing a hundred-mile Century bike ride each Fall to raise money for the charity’s at-risk kids in need.

Toolshed founder Dick Huey rides with Road Recovery founder Gene Bowen and several other committed individuals. We raise money for ongoing charity services for kids, for this organization which is run on a shoestring and with a lot of grit out of NYC.

This year’s fundraising ride, round-trip from Warwick (Toolshed HQ) to NYC and back, will happen on Sunday, October 5, 2014.

Please consider supporting Road Recovery via their Paypal link.

Please follow us on Twitter at #toolshedcentury, or on Strava.

ROAD RECOVERY is dedicated to helping young people battle addiction and other adversities by harnessing the influence of entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar crises and now wish to share their experience, knowledge, and resources.

With support from the mental health field, ROAD RECOVERY provides hands-on mentorship training, educational/performance workshops, peer-support networking, and “all access” to real-life opportunities by collaborating with young people to create and present live-concert events and recording projects.

ROAD RECOVERY empowers young people of all backgrounds to face their struggles and helps them develop comprehensive life skills, guided by professionals and supported by a community of like-minded peers.

The Toolshed/Road Recovery Century Ride a roundtrip Warwick-NYC ride that is about 110 miles – 56 or so miles each way. We’re planning to ride from Warwick, through New York and New Jersey to the George Washington Bridge, where we’ll cross, turn around, and head back up along the Hudson River and through Harriman State Park. It’s not for the faint of heart – nearly 6000 feet of climb along the ride.


This won’t be a race – we’ll all be riding more or less together.

Here’s the likely route and direct link for the ride. Please follow us on Strava if you’re interested.

Thanks for your help and support.

All the best,

Dick Huey