Welcome to Jay Smack’s page for this year’s BIKE MS: Colonial Crossroads 2018.

Scroll down to see what it’s all about, and check back for updates.


[Click here to sponsor me.]


Voodoo Fishermen MS Fundraiser May 19

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Voodoo Fishermen fundraiser for the Multiple Sclerosis Society at  Palani Drive, Saturday May 19 at 8pm.  We raised some money (over $400!) for Multiple Sclerosis research and programs, saw some family and friends and a great time was had by all.  We sold out of the new Voodoo Fishermen t-shirts, but more will be ordered.  Look for a link to purchase them here soon.  A portion of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to the MS Society.

Thanks to Palani Drive and Action T-Shirts for their support!

Some pics from the evening below.  Photography by Greg Garner.  Voodoo Fishermen graphic by Jeff Smack.

These are the shirts that sold out the night of the fundraiser.  They make great gifts!  Especially if you like confusing your out-of-town relatives who will act like they appreciate the thought.  (Overheard: “Voodoo what?  What’s that?”)

New shirts will be ordered and ALL sales will be donated to the MS Society as part of the ride sponsorships.  Thanks to Jefe for the design and Action T-Shirts for the printing!


My brother Jeff and me from a previous ride.

If you ‘d like to sponsor me but prefer to do so by check, checks can be made out to “National MS Society”.  Please email me for a mailing address.

All sponsorships and donations are tax deductible.

Thank you for any consideration!

 

This is my 15th year riding against MS.  Over the years I and my fellow riders have ridden for a lot of people touched by the insidiousness of Multpule Sclerosis.  I started riding in 2004 for a dear friend who had recently been diagnosed with the disease.  Since then, each year I’ve added the names of friends, family members and those of many of my sponsors, not to mention the estimated over 400,000 people in the U.S. and over 2.5 million people around the world who fight it every day.  I’m honored by every sponsorship and every person added to the list of names I carry with me during the ride from Richmond to Williamsburg.  This is all one small part in the fight against MS.

More info:

Ride details.

Click here for my personal page.

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“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. – Albert Einstein

Taken from the Barrett’s Ferry Bridge crossing the Chickahominy River during the 2017 MS Ride.