Bike Attorneys Ride at Bikes Not Bombs annual Bikathon 2018

A team of a dozen riders representing Bikeattorney.com at the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Glassman rode for the third consecutive year as part of the Bikes Not Bombs annual Bikathon on Sunday, June 10, 2018.

The riders included lawyers and other employees at the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Glassman, spouses, former clients and the two young sons of Bikeattorney Andrew J. Brodie.

“We are always happy for a chance to ride together in support of a good cause, such as Bike Not Bombs,” explained Andrew Fischer, who has been riding in the Bikathon for more than a dozen years now. “I am thrilled at the support we have developed these last three years since we first fielded a team for the ride and for Bikes Not Bombs. The turnout from our office has grown every year, as has the enthusiasm in support of the good work Bikes Not Bombs continues to do.”

As Attorney Ryan Monaco explained, “I am doing the ride for the third time because we all have a great time contributing to a good cause. Bike not Bombs helps developing people throughout Central America, Africa and Caribbean and does great youth empowerment work here in Boston.” Atty. Monaco does primarily workers compensation work but is happy to get on his bike for a good cause, as was Jacob Kiley, the husband of Laura Kiley, Atty. Monaco’s co-workers compensation lawyer.

Bikeattorney Ryan Monaco, keeping up with Curtis Price, husband of Law Office of Jeffrey S. Glassman paralegal, Maddie Price
L to R – Jacob Kiley. Maddie Price, Curtis Price and Ryan Monaco
Bikeattorney Andrew Fischer explaining bicyclists’ rights to his fellow riders.
Bikeattorney Riders and spouses enjoying the post-ride meal
Bikeattorney Andrew Fischer greeting former client and current friend and riding buddy Melanie Morris
Campbell Brodie, son of Bikeattorney Andrew J. Brodie sliding to the finish in his Bikeattorney jersey