Team ten20, one of Colorado's largest women's cycle team, will be painting pinkies pink at the US Pro Cycling Challenge stage 6 to raise money for Boulder firefighters
As a team we look to be inspiring and impactful, and at the US Pro Cycling Challenge, coming to Colorado later this month, Team ten20 is set to descend upon the crowd watching the pro racers as they come through stage 6 in Boulder and Paint Pink Pinkies for Boulder Rural Fire Department.
Through this grass roots effort, our goal is to raise money for the brave men and women fire fighters of our very own Boulder Rural Fire Department who have been out this summer (and numerous other times) fighting the Colorado wild fires.
We though no better connection between our cycling team and the grand audience out to watch the USPCC then to canvas the crowd in our racing kits (pink/orange jerseys, knee socks, shorts & skirts), pink nail polish in hand, to ask who will have their pinkies painted pink for a $1 (each nail - though no limit to the donation - perhaps all ten fingers for $10.20) - all donated funds will go directly into fire fighter boots and to the BRFD!
In addition to being out in the crowd along the race course - ten20 spa will host a pinky bar and lounge all day Saturday, August 25th from 11 am - 6pm. Come cool off in the spa, have your pinky painted pink and enjoy a cold beverage and treats from our sponsors.
ten20 is located on the NE corner of Pearl + 20th Street, at the east end of the USPCC Finish Festival.