Sunday, August 9, 2009

Mr. Margie

This morning I drove Morris to Naas, to see the start of the Martin Earley Tour of Kildare Charity Cycle

Naas cycling club also launched their new specially designed cycling gear

All the club members were out on this dry morning, some riders nervous and thinking of the spin, times and energy levels, while others were just out for the fun. A huge turnout of local, national and international cyclists lined up, a tremendous sight along the main street.

Mr Margie was there in his new role of club sponsor and as such enjoyed a quick chat with Martin,

before the official presentations of the new gear to Mr Margie and a specially commissioned rainbow collared zippy to Martin in recognition of his cycling achievements

The four hundred cyclists took off at 10 am with Linda Keating of the Marie Keating Foundation lowering the flag signaling the start on what was a very well supported event

gaining much needed funds for this worthy cause.

Big Hugs



Inspiration Avenue said...

What a wonderful and inspiring event!
♥Sharon & the Inspiration Avenue Girls

Vicki Lane said...

Mr. Margie has nice legs. :-)

Elly said...

Great event! Mr Margie looks handsome in his outfit!
Have a nice week!

Lady Purple said...

Lovely Margie! The new gear looks great.

The Whispering Poppies said...

What a wonderful event, and a handsome and happy-looking husband you have!

Les Cotrions said...

Hello my friend! You semm to have had a very exciting day! You and Mr. Margie are so close...that's so romantic and nice!!!
Happy new week!
Big hugs

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful event ! Have a good week :)

Deborah said...

Love the photos! Mr. Margie looks great. Don't you just love biker legs? My Jim has a pair just like them.

I have my 7, now I have to add photos! Will post soon...

Leiny said...

Hi Margie. Your photos are so much better than the ones in the paper. We should have written our own article!!!

Hope you have a good day in work. See you in the evening...

Love Leiny

A Thrifty Mrs said...

Oh my cousin was involved in this.

Great event!