There are a lot of people who have helped us out along the way, and we'd like to thank them here.
Johnathon Henninger, Johntown Productions
John is a slam-banging, hip-hopping photographer who helped us out with some publicity shots, including the main shot on our home page. If you need wedding photos, a family portrait, or really anything else on film or video, John's the man for the job.
Surly Bikes, www.surlybikes.com
Not only did these guys make our killer touring bikes, they also sent us a bunch of cool stuff. They were the only equipment company I contacted that I didn't ask for sponsorship, and they were the only ones to send us stuff. Plus, they're helping us get the word out on the trip. These guys are really committed to making things better for bicyclists. Buy Surly stuff.
Kevin Miller and Carrie Olson, Blue Heron Bicycle Works
Kevin is our official gear guru and long-distance bike shop of choice. If you're looking for good products with good service from a good guy, you can't go wrong here.
All our friends and family who donated to the Greenway in conjunction with our trip.
To see a list, go to www.firstgiving.com/patchonthegreenway. While you're there, throw a couple bucks the alliance's way. it doesn't have to be a lot, every little bit helps.
The staff of the East Coast Greenway Alliance, www.greenway.org
They've been working with us to get people involved and also provided us with cue sheets. Also, they're the ones organizing the entire trail, so thanks for that. Shout out.
New Haven bike shops: The Devil's Gear & College Street Cycles
Our local bike shops for the last two years, these guys are helping us get the word out about the trip. Hopefully it will lead to a LOT of bodies on the trail.