Chasing down a cure for lung cancer, one mile at a time
Our mission is to “End the stigma and suffering for lung cancer patients and caregivers, in memory of Kathleen Matthews“.
In 2017, I rode my bike from SAP in Newtown Square, PA to The Golden Gate Bridge. Last year, we did an 1850-mile ride through Philadelphia, through New Jersey, Connecticut, New York, Ohio, West Virginia and finished in Washington, DC. We did another 1800-mile ride in 2019, this time in 18 days. During the past three years, we have raised over $200,000 for research.
NEW IN 2019, we hosted our first ever, Wine Hard Breathe Easy event on June 27 at The Morris Arboretum for a night of fun and hope. We raised over $35,000 and donated all proceeds to Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple University Lung Center to help ling cancer patients.
Check out the video below about these two rides and contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be involved.
Go to our donation site to learn more, especially about how we honor people impacted by lung cancer each day on our ride.
A Peek Back We finished Ride Hard Breathe Easy 2018 a little over two weeks ago, after starting from The Prep in Philadelphia and finishing in Washington DC. In between we had 30 riders and drivers join us for the 1,885-mile trek over 23 days. We went through New Hope, The Bronx, Boston, Canada (we …
We Did it Again! Last Friday, we finished the final 18 miles and rolled into to a raucous reception in Washington, DC. Thank you to my friends at Lung Cancer Alliance for the warm welcome and for holding off the rain! It was a tough final week with bridges out, roads closed, a broken bike, …
So Here We are So here we are in the lobby of The Best Western Plus in Rockville, MD having a beer and sharing some laughs. Andy, Gus, Pete and I have had a great three days ad excited to finish tomorrow in DC. Today was another “Adventure” as we got another 71 miles closer …
Donating is easy, and the money goes to The GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, who is at the forefront of lung cancer research, patient services and working with the government to improve patient outcomes.