Join us on a leisurely bike tour of the Stanford University Campus on Monday, July 16th arranged by Soody Tronson of STLGIP and led by our team of local business owners. Please contact biketour@stlgip.com ASAP to reserve your spot in this group. Maximum capacity 30 people. When requesting registration, please include your full information.

Tour Ambassadors will meet you at 7:30 am in the hotel lobby. Hop on the local bus (or shuttle) and the train to get to the Stanford Campus Bike Shop where you will be greeted by the rest of the Ambassadors. Fitted with your bike, the tour will take you through the Campus with stops along the way:  Bike through the Memorial Church; Visit the Cantor Art Museum and the Rodin Sculpture Garden exhibiting the entire Rodin collection; See a panoramic view of the area from the Hoover Tower. After dropping off the bikes, the group will make a stop at one of the popular campus eateries for lunch after which we will head back to arrive at the Hotel by 4 pm.

Please have on hand enough cash to cover the cost of incidentals; transportation, bike rental, and food. Bring along a credit card for your bike deposit. Total cost is estimated about $50 excluding food.  Please have the bike rental and liability release forms filled out ahead of time. Forms and schedule details will be made available to the bike tour registrants via email ahead of time.  Wear clothing appropriate for the activity.

Our Bike Tour Sponsors and Ambassadors Include

 Soody Tronson, Principal at STLG_IP, a boutique intellectual property firm with global reach; Lecturer, Mentor, Advisor, Advocate for non-profit and healthcare organizations and Innovations with Purpose.

 

Oscar Nunez of HighNoteCoffee, Owner, Roaster, Importer/Exporter of green coffees primarily from Central and South America, member of SquadraSF Cycling Racing Team.

 

Jamii North of North Fitness, Owner, Triathlete, Fitness and sports trainer using a holistic approach in individually-based programs, with advanced degrees in Sports Medicine and Kinesiology.

 

Matthew McDonald, a Los Altos local and purveyor of bicycles, host of local advocacy groups and promoter of Bay Area projects such as the Grand Boulevard Project, Project for Public Spaces, community development, and revitalization.

 

 

Delfin “Del” Villaflor, Cyclist and local Entrepreneur in the bicycling and e-commerce industries, Owner of an active-wear line of clothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Franco Campilongo of Terrone Restaurant, Owner, and a member of SquadraSF Cycling Racing Team.

 

 

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