For those of you that are helping this adventure by making donations on the Donate tab, I want to say Thank You! I will do the riding, but you are helping a very worthy cause.

I would like to also recognize those businesses and Individuals that have donated products or services to this trip.

To learn more about my sponsors click on their logo to the left.
Biscari Brothers
Located at the corner of 291 Highway and Withers Road in Liberty, Mo., you will find 1 of 3 Biscari Brothers Stores. Dave Biscari is always ready to help and has been a friend of mine for years. I have trusted Dave to provide honest and knowledgeable service and he has been a great asset to my cycling adventures.

Island Bicycles
Island Bicycles is a full service bike shop serving the Florida Keys since 1996. Whether you're renting a beach cruiser while on vacation, need a road bike for a fun group ride, or have a flat needing repair, Island Bicycles is for you! Dave and his Staff are tremendously helpful as they love cycling and helping others enjoy the sport.

Their superb online reviews is what lead me to them, but it was their willingness to help me that made me choose them as my Key West connection!

Bowman Family Chiropractic
Dr. Devin Bowman DC has become a contributor to the Keys2Alaska team and has helped me maintain optimum health for my adventure. He is one of the most personable people you could meet and always makes you feel better when you leave than when you come in the door. Dr. Bowman is a class act, a professional and a friend!

Bowman Family Chiropractic Facebook Page

Phone #(816) 630-2225
Dan Schoolfield
Dan has been a friend since Boy Scout days and has been a major contributor to my adventure with equipment, design and advisory. He would have been a great asset to have on the ride when you look at the accolades he has earned:

In 1995 he was the captain of a 4 member relay team in the Race Across America that started in Irvine California and finished in Savannah Georgia with an elapsed time of 6 days, 12 hours and 6 minutes, finishing first in their class. The following year he rode in the Iowa 24 hours race where he logged 413 miles and a 9th place finish. Three week later he rode BAM (Bike Across Missouri) and logged the record for averaging just shy of 19 mph for the trek across the state. The trip would not have been possible without Dan!
Jim "webscouter." Shilt
Jim is a geocacher who has a goal of visiting every county in the United States of America. He is also my friend and webmaster.