We've formed a team for the 25th Anniversary South Florida MS Bike Ride. On May 14-15 we will ride 150 miles from Miami to Key Largo and back because we want to do something for the people who have been diagnosed with MS and because we want to do everything to educate more people on what it means to live with the disease.
However, before we can ride each team member must first raise a minimum of $400. You can help me reach my goal by making a donation to my personal page.
If you do not wish to donate and instead plan on joining the team that is great news. Registration is open and only $20 until December 31st. Remember, all riders are required to raise a minimum of $400 in order to pick up the Rider Packet at the MS Bike Expo. There will be no day-of registration. Cyclists must be 18 years or older to ride.
*It is very likely that our team will order custom cycling jerseys and bib shorts (not required).
Help Our Team in the Fight Against MS!
"The number of people living with multiple sclerosis increases every hour of every day. This astonishing rate is not going to diminish, nor will it stop, until we've found a cure. Research has made some incredible advances recently, but the world can still only offer disease management drugs and therapies to the 400,000 people living with MS in America.
We've formed a team for the 2011 MS Bike Ride because we know that riding 150 miles is nowhere near as difficult as confronting a lifetime with multiple sclerosis. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society gives us all reason to hope, though. In addition to supporting novel research projects around the globe, they also provide much needed education, programs, and services to everyone who is affected by MS - including the diagnosed, their friends and families, and the healthcare professionals who work with them.
Join our team as a cyclist or a volunteer! Make a donation online! Send in a check! Talk to your employer about becoming a sponsor of the 25th Anniversary Zimmerman MS Bike Ride Presented by Mack Cycle and Fitness! There are so many ways to make a difference in the fight against MS, and it all begins here."