Our mission is to decrease the social stigma associated with mental illness by building a community through cycling and, of course, bubbles.

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About

Learn more about our story and how our organization was founded.

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Rides

Want to join us on our monthly Bubble Cruises? Check out our scheduled rides for 2019.

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Take Action

Ready to take the next step? You can become a contributor to our cause, or participate yourself.

“I want to share something Virginia Woolf wrote: 'English, which can express the thoughts of Hamlet and the tragedy of Lear, has no words for the shiver and the headache...The merest schoolgirl when she falls in love, has Shakespeare or Keats to speak her mind for her; but let a sufferer try to describe a pain in his head to a doctor and language at once runs dry.' And we're such language-based creatures that to some extent we cannot know what we cannot name. And so we assume it isn't real. We refer to it with catch-all terms, like crazy or chronic pain, terms that both ostracize and minimize. The term chronic pain captures nothing of the grinding, constant, ceaseless,inescapable hurt. And the term crazy arrives at us with none of the terror and worry you live with. Nor do either of those terms connote the courage people in such pains exemplify, which is why I'd ask you to frame your mental health around a word other than crazy.”

John Green