Cycling CME

A unique CME learning experience for physicians who love cycling

Active CME:  Combining Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Bicycle Touring for the Healthcare Provider

Who Are We?

Mike and Terri Reeder have a passion for travel and the great outdoors. We have been riding bikes, usually together, for the last 40 plus years. We both grew up in Pennsylvania but have lived in Colorado for the past 20 years, where we quickly fell in love with living on the Western Slope. It was here we raised our family, and they are still a big (and growing) part of our lives.

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Mike has practiced sports medicine over the last two plus decades.  A significant part of his practice involved educating students, residents, fellows, and practicing physicians. The venues have included speaking at conferences, leading workshops, presenting at Grand Rounds, and the preceptor role. Mike now takes his experiences as a physician and brings them into the academic arena in the Human Performance Lab at Colorado Mesa University. 

Terri earned a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, minoring in Psychology, at Mesa State University (now Colorado Mesa University). Over the years she has volunteered her time with various organizations whose focus is helping  women and children, including Director of Children's Ministry at The Clifton Vineyard Church. Her interest in event planning, health and wellness, nutrition, cooking, and exercise is what makes this adventure of Cycling CME interesting! 

We desire to bring our love of cycling and travel to you through Cycling CME. This is an opportunity for us to merge our passions of learning and cycling in a way that is both fun and exciting; and we would love to share this experience with you.

We believe in the benefits of exercise and activity for all ages and are supporters of both local and national recreational trail systems. We are also members of The League of American Bicyclists, People for Bikes, The Adventure Cycling Association, Bicycle Colorado, and promote the organization "Exercise is Medicine".