Joe Lawless, director of the Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility at UWT, said he's sad that the Courage Classic bike ride is undergoing an extensive change. "After 26 years I feel a little nostalgic about it. It was unique. But I understand why they're doing it." Lawless was a longtime ride director. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, March 8.
Joe Lawless, director of the Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility at UWT, said he's sad that the Courage Classic bike ride is undergoing an extensive change. "After 26 years I feel a little nostalgic about it. It was unique. But I understand why they're doing it." Lawless was a longtime ride director. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, March 8. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Joe Lawless, director of the Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility at UWT, said he's sad that the Courage Classic bike ride is undergoing an extensive change. "After 26 years I feel a little nostalgic about it. It was unique. But I understand why they're doing it." Lawless was a longtime ride director. Photo taken in Tacoma on Wednesday, March 8. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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