As many of you know we are on a short bike tour intermission due to my youngest son’s severe altitude sickness. His health is vastly improved since coming home to San Antonio. Thanks to the care of Dr. Q from Pinnacle Wellness as well as our Health Coach, Penny Muckleroy he is now back to his normal happy-go-lucky self.
In the meantime, we had time to download all of the recorded footage of the journey from California to New Mexico. We have been looking forward to sharing some of our adventures with you. So, with a little help from iMovie we were able to create this fun movie trailer.
The tour will restart when I rejoin Roger and Susan in Del Rio, TX. With four more states of filming still to come, your support is needed to complete the documentary. Consider donating to see this project completed by clicking on the big blue “Support the Documentary button.
When it comes to embarking on a cross-country tour, cycling day in and day out for over 2 months is only part of the story.
The real power behind the tour is my support team. My sons, Jonathan and Jordan, will be with me along the entire 8 state ride.
I am thankful they’ll be providing cycling support but what is even better is that they will be recording the entire journey for a documentary film.
Having them with me on this trek to to film the ride experience and capture interviews of the people we meet adds so much value to the tour and makes it even more meaningful.
As part of the team for the bike tour, Jonathan is in charge of filming the documentary. Keeping sponsors, supports, friends and family updated through social media of Jennifer’s progress. Jonathan will also be one of the drivers of the support vehicle across the 8 states from California to Florida.
Jordan his thoughts on the bike tour. As a member of the documentary team filming, Jordan will also drive and help Jennifer maintain her fitness through stretching exercise and workouts.