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Tony Cervati
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Lucky To Have Type 1
After 900 posts and nearly 10 years since the launch of this blog, it is time for me to officially pull the plug on Type1Rider.  The blogger site will stay up as reference material until the new admins
change that, and I will also leave the @Type1Rider twi...
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Thomas Moore - RIP
All of us in the DOC, and here at Type1Rider, are completely overcome with sadness with the news of the sudden passing of our dear friend Thomas Moore. Thomas was the glue of our organizations - T1R, The Blue Heel Society , The Diabetes Monster , and Life I...
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All gave some. Some gave all. We humbly and forever thank you and your families.
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We will never forget.
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Fearlessness
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My Memorable 2015 NC Tour de Cure Experience
By:
Alexandra C. Infanzon The
North Carolina Tour de Cure, hosted by the American Diabetes
Association, is in reality much more than your usual bike ride on a
Saturday or Sunday morning. It
is my, the community’s, families’, and friends’ opportunity to
come...
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Remember.
Tony Cervati is a Type1Rider
Tony Cervati is a Type1Rider
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Guest Post: Questions
By Patrick Mertes As I prepare for my very first Tour de Cure, I’ve found myself running into many of the same challenges I’ve faced with other endurance activities.  Before ever hopping onto the bike I do a quick self-check-- asking myself the same series ...
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Guest Post: Why I Ride…
By Patrick Mertes I am riding in the Tour de Cure because I have experienced, first hand, the positive impact the American Diabetes Association Programs can have on an individual living with Type 1 Diabetes. Sixteen years ago this summer, a nervous, anxious...
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