When I look back over the years at my journey, I am proud and humbled to be a part of something so much bigger than myself.
When I was set to ride for the third time in 2016, the very weekend this community of hope would be riding to help fund the cure, my father in law Al lost his battle. A battle that he fought with every ounce of humility and bravery over the years. The impact of this loss on our family was devastating. To be a part of something that could someday help another family be spared from that kind of hurt and loss is part of why I ride.
His is not the only story that impacts my life nor the only reason I ride. Unfortunately the list of people in my life ravaged by Cancer is heart wrenching.
I also know that me and my family are sadly not alone.
It's cliche' but the ride is life changing.
This journey is unlike any other. I have never experienced something so personal in all my life. I cannot wait to take this journey again this year and every year past that as long as I am able to ride.
ONE GOAL END CANCER
You do not have to get out and ride yourself. You don't even have to be personally connected to a rider. You just have think about how you can make a difference. Please consider donating to my ride.
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