Welcome to my fundraising page for The 1400 Miles bicycle ride from Austin to Denver, all benefiting Prostate Cancer awareness, education and screening!
I hope you will consider making a donation to help me support this great cause. Prostate cancer is nearly 100% curable if caught early enough. Your donation will prevent unneccesary deaths and the online process is fast, easy, and secure.
Full disclosure: I found out about this charity ride too late to take off the time to do the entire 1400-mile 14-day ride. Trust me, I would love to do it, maybe next year. But this year I hope to ride the leg from Albuquerque to Durango starting on September 19th. To do so I will need to raise $2800 to qualify. That’s why I am asking for the help of my friends and family to make this possible. I truly appreciate any support you can provide.
If you can’t make a donation at this point, please help me reach my goal by sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter or by sending an e-mail to friends you think might be interested in contributing. Just include a link to my fundraising page to make it easy for them to contribute.
Thank you for your generous support and friendship.
Let the Good Times Roll (and Ride!) …and for all my New Orleans friends and family, that’s Laissez le Bon Temps Rouler (Who Dat!)
1400 Miles uses bikes and beers to change the tone on prostate cancer. PROSTATE CANCER IS THE SECOND LEADING CAUSE OF CANCER DEATH IN AMERICAN MEN and is largely preventable. Prevention is easy, but it starts with being comfortable talking about it and getting tested.
Many men are unaware of the need to be tested before they turn 40. If they are aware, they simply won’t do it. Prostate cancer is nearly 100% curable if caught early enough. What are we doing about it? We are using bikes and beer to make to change the conversation on prostate health, making it easier to talk about AND we are providing free prostate cancer exams. 100% of proceeds are split between Pints for Prostates and Prostate Conditions Education Council. This year, we will be co-hosting free screenings with the Prostate Conditions Education Council in Austin, Albuquerque and Denver.
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