BOLT THE TOLT

Jason Donaldson: “You don't have to be
afraid to take the next steps to starting
a new life.“

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In 2010, Jason Donaldson’s mother was hit by a van while in a crosswalk. She sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI.) The only visible sign of the incident was a scratch on her elbow. She passed away from the TBI four days after the accident.

After Jason’s mother passed away, cycling was his therapy. He has used cycling to bring awareness to Brain Injury and the critical services that BIAWA provides. In 2013 and 2014 he raised $2,500 through a single day mountain bike race. In 2015, he completed an 8 day solo bike ride across the state of Washing-ton, raising over $3,500.

In 2016, Jason joined forces with BIAWA and another fearless rider, Kathi, for Sea Over Summit, a 2-day bike ride from Redmond to Leavenworth. The duo raised almost $7,000 for BIAWA.

Jason and BIAWA are pleased to invite the whole community to the 2017 Bolt the Tolt Charity Bike Ride. Join this family-friendly event and help raise funds and awareness for BIAWA and Brain Injury.

WHERE: Tolt-MacDonald Park - 31020 NE 40th St, Carnation, WA 98014
King County Parks' Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground in Carnation, Washington is just 40 minutes from downtown Seattle and is a short drive from Redmond.
Tolt-Macdonald Park offers a true recreation destination with a little something for everyone.

WHEN: Saturday, August 26th 2017

Registration Opens: 9:00am
30 Mile Route: 9:30am
15 Mile Route: 10:30am
Post-Ride Celebration: 12:30pm

$50 Entry Fee per Individual Rider ($10 for survivors)

$200 Entry Fee per team (Limit: 5 per team)

$20 Post-Ride Celebration Only: Includes lunch ($3 for survivors)

NOTE: All Riders MUST be 18 years of age or older to enter the Bolt the Tolt Charity Bike Ride event.

 

ADMISSION INCLUDES:
Post-Ride Celebration (lunch included)
T-Shirt
SaG Wagon



For more information about Jason's Ride call us toll free at 877-982-4292 or email us at admin@biawa.org