Grass Roots Philanthropy. Biked 3,115 miles Across America for Charity and Challenge.

No stilettos. No shopping… just pedaling to promote strong bones for life!
The Bond Girl Team, composed of

Bike Across America. Are we nuts?

Marybeth, her 22-year-old daughter and a friend, biked 3,114 miles from the Pacific to the Atlantic and raised $52,000 for the National Osteoporosis Foundation for research and education. Their all-female campaign brought awareness to the silent disease osteoporosis which runs in their family and affects millions of American women.
Six months of training. Three months of biking, and three months of recovery. Beginning in our hometown of San Francisco and ending in Yorktown, Va.
Read about our adventures at:

Biking for Osteoporosis Awareness 


Marybeth and her daughter pedal out of San Francisco and finish 3,115 miles later in Yorktown, VA.

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About Marybeth Bond

Marybeth Bond is the nation’s preeminent expert on women travel. She is the award-winning
author-editor of 11 books.

Marybeth has hiked, cycled, climbed, dived and kayaked her way through more than seventy countries around the world.

She was a featured guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Marybeth has appeared on CBS News, CNN, ABC, NBC, National Public Radio and National Geographic Weekend.

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