Meet our riders: Dan

Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP) is thrilled to announce the kick-off to our 2013 season with the Rodman Ride for Kids, a noncompetitive 25, 50 or 100 mile bike ride through southeastern Massachusetts on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013. We want you to meet the awesome riders on Team MMP!

Rider: Dan Albericodan
Age: 23
City: Watertown
Occupation: Recruiter at The Start Group/ALKU
Distance riding: 25 miles

  1. Why did you choose to ride for Team MMP in the 2013 Rodman Ride for Kids? I love the cause, and I feel responsible to do my part in supporting it. Rather than just making a donation, I want to do something bigger.
  2. What has been the most rewarding experience of your training and/or fundraising so far? Meeting children directly impacted by mentoring organizations in Massachusetts. It shows us directly what is coming of our hard work to ride and fundraise.
  3. Tell us about an important mentor you had/have in your life. The best mentor in my life has to be my dad. He works harder than any many I know, and has instilled the strong work ethic I have today. I owe much of my recent success to the mentoring from my father.
  4. Why do you think mentoring is important? It leads these children down a better path, and gives them opportunities to succeed that they might not have already had.
  5. How does mentoring strengthen communities? Mentoring strengthens communities because it betters the future of the community, making it more viable.