Boulder, CO –AUGUST 5, 2009 – Dopers Suck and SockGuy have sent another check to support RAD RACING, making it the 4th junior development cycling program sponsored by the Dopers Suck sock proceeds over the last 4 years.
Rad Racing of Seattle, WA works to positively shape the future of cycling by teaching young athletes the honesty, discipline, and wellness necessary to accomplish their personal and competitive goals. Dopers Suck and SockGuy are committed to translating the disenchantment felt by cycling purist into support for competitive integrity through youth programs.
“Whether racing or training, Dopers Suck socks provide athletes with a way to express their beliefs about
performance enhancing drugs. And, for those who buy the socks they know a portion of the money is going to promote programs that promote fair and safe competition.” stated Brandon Dwight, founder of Dopers Suck.
“We are excited to be involved with the movement to help stop the use of performance enhancing drugs,” stated SockGuy President, Michael Foley. “There are many junior cycling programs doing a great job educating athletes as to why doping is unhealthy and unsafe. And we’d like to join that effort in our own small way. Let’s face it, dopers cheat, dopers lie, and Dopers Suck. It is a very clear message that SockGuy is proud to help promote with our partnership with the Dopers Suck organization.”
Dopers Suck socks will be available through the Dopers Suck website (www.doperssuck.com), the SockGuy website (www.sockguy.com) and at select SockGuy dealers nationwide. Interested dealers should contact SockGuy at
About Dopers Suck
Dopers Suck is an organization that opposes the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs in all sports. For more info visit: www.doperssuck.com.
SockGuy, manufacturer of the most comfortable socks you’ll ever wear, is a thirteen-year-old San Diego-based company providing high performance specialty socks that feature superior comfort, cool designs, and extreme durability. SockGuy has hundreds of original sock designs to fit a variety of athletic activities that are sold in thousands of retail locations across the U.S. and distributed throughout Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and the U.K. The company creates customized logo socks for events, clubs, companies and schools, so they can be found at large and small events everywhere. More information can be found at www.sockguy.com.
source: Danielle Vidinich