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Hello All,

So ... here is the information that i mentioned to you during various conversations about the anti-nuclear bike ride through the Nevada to New Mexico desert. I am planning on supplying medical supplies and logistical assistance. For more information here is the URL for the bike ride called Bike Chain Response (BCR) at http://ride.lovarchy.org and the URL for the other organization i am a member is the Nevada Desert Experience at http://www.NevadaDesertExperience.org

Thank you for expressing to me interest in the bike ride and i hope that if you personally are not interested in participating in the ride that you might pass on this information to somebody you think might be. I have been asking many people about there interest in the ride with the idea that i cannot know if somebody is interested without asking or engaging in conversation about it.

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Bike Chain Response

WHO: Nuclear Abolitionist Bicyclists
WHAT: 800-mile activist bike ride
WHERE: Nevada, Utah, Arizona & New Mexico
WHEN: 19 June to 16 July
WHY: fun abolition of nuclear waste-mongering
and for sustainable, clean energy and nonviolence

In the Summer of 2005, the Bike Chain Response collective is organizing an Spirit-based bike ride from the Nevada Test Site to Los Alamos National Laboratory to raise awareness of alternative modes of transportation, to raise awareness of the tragedy of the nuclear weapons industry and to dialogue with workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Bike Chain Response is striving for expanded use of healthy alternative energy/power sources, nuclear abolition, open dialogue with nuclear industry folks, and spirituality of nonviolence and peacemaking.

"We will start the 800 mile bike ride on Monday, June 19th, 2005 at the Nevada Test Site--on the Western Shoshone Nation homelands--which has seen more than four decades of nuclear weapons testing," says Kelley Kolberg, a member of the Bike Chain Response Collective. The bike ride starts immediately after a D.o.E. tour of the Nevada Test Site, and will end on Sunday July 17th at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. Some riders may choose to begin the ride at Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in California on Tuesday, June 6th.

The bikers will be hosted by people from Nevada to New Mexico, through ancestral Shoshone, Paiute, Hopi, Tewa, Supai, & Dine' lands. All are invited to lovingly participate in a Los Alamos Community Meeting and press conference on July 17th.


For the Free Organic Breakfasts,
Marc P. Blaise P.

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