We begin on Thursday, August 23!
Ride Hard Breathe Easy 2018 rides again in eight days, and we are so excited to get on the road, pedaling for everyone impacted by lung cancer. Last year, I rode across the country with amazing support from family, friends and SAP colleagues. Well, we are at it again, and this group of dedicated people is ready for the challenge.
A New Approach in 2018
Our approach has shifted so that many more people are involved this year on the bike. We have over 30 people dedicated to riding in the outdoor ride which ride starts starting August 23rd. And we will “Ride Around the World” in November, Lung Cancer Awareness Month,and currently over 300 people are getting ready to ride!
Daily tributes make the ride that much more special
And what makes this ride so special is how we dedicate each day to a person diagnosed with lung cancer. We are truly showing the face of cancer, and as you will see every day again this year, lung cancer does not discriminate. Anyone with lungs can get lung cancer.
You say you want to help?
Great! Don’t worry, it’s easy, and you too can make a difference.
- Ride with the 300+ people dedicated to riding with us in November by joining the Ride Hard Breathe Easy Club. And while you are at it, get someone to join with you. Your mile(s) will count, and our goal is to get to 1,000 people riding for lung cancer this November.
- Let us know if you want a day dedicated to a loved one in November. Either do your own tribute using #rhbetribute or contact us at email@example.com
- Donate HERE. Over 90% of the money raised will again go to our programs. And we are honored to work with the International Association of Fire Fighters and Paramedics Local 22 in Philadelphia so a portion of what we raise will help them with improved screening.
- Join us at “The Prep” for the start. Festivities begin at 8:00 and we will begin riding at 9:00. For those on Facebook, learn more HERE.
Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer in the world, and we are dedicated to making a difference. Are you dedicated?
“Many Hands Make Light Work”