Below are a series of stories from a trip Gus Morton took
Infinity Pink Seats
To help support Breast Cancer research, Infinity Seat will donate part of the proceeds from the sales of our Pink seats during the month of October. Funds raised will be donated to one of the largest cancer research centers, the City of Hope.
The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association and 621 public safety agencies across the nation, including police, sheriff, fire, EMS, and Federal agencies throughout the United States, France, Canada, and Spain.
Let’s Go Pink and Help Support Breast Cancer Research!
El Segundo Police Officer Marco Lemus gets fit with a new Pink Seat for the #PinkPatchProject Fundraiser
Officer Marco Lemus, an El Segundo Police Officer rode from Torrance to Santa Barbara, CA to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness in connections with #PinkPatchProject.
In addition to providing Officer Lemus with a new Pink Elite E1X for his upcoming fundraiser for Breast Cancer Dr. Vince did a full bike fitting with Marco. Dr. Vince checked his bike, put new pedals and toe clips on, he even cut down his handlebars because they were too big for him. In addition, they reviewed the proper nutrition for his ride, best way to hydrate and gave him some basic pedaling instructions to maximize his ride.
Dr. Vince decided to join Officer Lemus on the first leg of his journey. They rode the first 58 miles together from Venice Beach to Point Magu, located in Ventura. Officer Lemus completed his 4-day ride on Monday, October 12. His first statement to his wife when he rolled into El Segundo Beach at Grand Avenue was, “Honey I just found my new hobby!” Plans are already underway for #PinkPatchProject 2021.
Please help us support Breast Cancer Research and order your Pink Infinity Seat today.