Think you can’t ride in the Bike to Beat Cancer? Yes, you can!
September kicks off the busy season for many families. School. Sports. After-school activities. Outdoor fun. Fall festivals. And, who could forget football?
What has no season is our fight against cancer. Saturday, Sept. 17 is Norton Cancer Institute’s annual Bike to Beat Cancer. It’s also the day of a big football game and a host of other community events in Louisville.
Feeling like there aren’t enough hours in the day to participate in everything you want? How about becoming a “virtual rider” in the Bike to Beat Cancer?
The virtual ride is the perfect option for those who would like to ride and fundraise but are not able to make it to the event.
Virtual riders who raise $400 (or $100 if you are a cancer survivor) will receive a Bike to Beat Cancer jersey. Virtual riders who are able to verify that they completed a distance of 35, 65 or 100 miles will receive an event medal. To verify, simply take a snapshot of your spin bike mileage or screenshot of your activity tracker’s log.
So, wherever you are at on Sept. 17, you can still help us beat cancer.
Sign up today! Click “Register as an Individual,” then click on “Join as a New Participant,” then choose “Virtual Rider.”
Watch a message from Bobby Petrino about becoming a Bike to Beat Cancer virtual rider.