Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau out of the "Giant Acorn" triathlon and into the Seagull Century Bike Ride
For those clients and friends who were considering seeing Doug Landau at the Bumpass Great Acorn Virginia Triathlon Series race in Spotsylvania on October 4th, he has withdrawn, not because of any injury, but because he will be participating in the Seagull Century bike ride, which starts at Salisbury University in Maryland.
The 20th annual Sea Gull Century is a “Best Bicycling in America” event that has been named among the top 10 century rides in the nation by Bicycling magazine. The Ride Magazine has called the century “one of the prettiest big rides in America.” The Washington Post has named it “by far the most popular local century” in the Maryland-Delaware-Virginia region. TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau and his wife of 24 years will be joining other Sea Gull Century riders who have contributed more than $100,000 to build Habitat for Humanity houses. Riders’ donations have helped to make the American dream of homeownership possible for 50 local, hard-working families. Other charities benefiting from this annual event are: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team In Training; the Salisbury University Scholarship Fund and other Local Non-Profits, such as: the League of American Bicyclists, Healthy U of Delmarva, Ocean City Lioness Club, Powellville Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary, Helping Hands of Beaver Dam and University of Maryland Eastern Shore.