Friday, September 14, 2007

Public Service Announcement

Cape Cod Mike was sporting new bling during a recent ride -- a Road I.D. bracelet! We don't like to admit it but accidents DO HAPPEN!! When you're out on the road, (especially when riding solo), an identity bracelet with your name and emergency contact info is a great idea. Visit the Road ID™ site for more info!!


Ellen G said...

I want mine in gold! :)

Cyclopath-Donna said...

But DIAMONDS are a girl's best friend...... : )

capecodcowboy said...

Oy Vey! You ladies are NOT cheap! LOL.......Looks like I may have to work Sundays now as well as nights, mornings,dusk,post dusk,twilight, etc. It is worth it as You are worth every penny! (nickle, dime ,quarter,etc)I am Still trying to find the 24kt gold, diamond incrusted Road id with rubies,emeralds and sapphire's! Guess I need to call Harry Winston! Oy Vey!

Cyclopath-Donna said...

"I am Still trying to find the 24kt gold, diamond incrusted Road id with rubies,emeralds and sapphire's!"

What good taste you have! FYI-- My birthstone is emerald. LOL! : )

Rain, Rain, go away, come again any other day than Saturday morning!!!! : (

Bruce K said...

Gee MIke, I guess I'll have to go to a yellow band so we don't look like the Bobsy Twins!!

For those interested, the web site is and they are quite reasonably priced.

They come in wrist, ankle, and "dog tag" models so you can get whatever is comfortable for you.


Lynda said...

I'll take mine in a platinum base please. Plus some twinkles. Thanks Mike!! ;)

capecodcowboy said...

Bruce I need to get a Serotta for us to be Bobsy twins! (not a bad idea!)I will work on that one! I do draw the line at matching kit...

Lynda said...

I just put an order in for the wrist model. Color blue, and sprung for the Interactive option, which allows you to build a fully updateable, in-depth, secure, Emergency Response Profile (ERP) that is available to First Responders 24 hours a day 365 days a year. The information that is contained in your ERP is totally controlled by you.

I think about all of the rides that I do on my own, and, while I have a slip of paper with some pertinent info written on it, it is not as complete (or sweat-proof!) as the Road ID, thanks Bruce and Mike for introducing us to this product!