Teenagers touring the Pacific Coast for cancer research

Discussion in 'General Bike Discussion' started by chrischan, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. chrischan

    chrischan New Member

    Hello everyone. My name is Chris, and I'm currently a 15 year old sophomore in high school. This summer my friend and I will be touring the Pacific Coast on bicycles. Our mission is to help raise cancer awareness and to raise funds for cancer research.

    Cancer is something that I have personally dealt with and it has greatly impacted me throughout my childhood. My dad was diagnosed with sarcoma cancer when I was five years old. He has been battling cancer for more than a decade now, and it has touched me deeply. Sometimes I just imagine how the world would be if there was no cancer. Well I hope that during my lifetime, this dream will turn into a reality and one day we will be able to find a cure for this disease.

    Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) by the end of our bike tour along the Pacific Coast,. As of now, we have met 15% of our goal. From the bottom of my heart, I hope that you can help join us in the fight against cancer.

    You can visit our homepage at
    Ride Against Cancer - Home

    or our donation page at
    National Foundation for Cancer Research - Ride Against Cancer

    Every donation amount is always welcomed. Even a donation of $1 will help take us all one step closer to the cure. 100% of the funds raised are directed towards the NFCR.

    Thank you for taking your time to read this, and I hope you have a wonderful day.

    Chris Chan
  2. Georgewerr

    Georgewerr New Member

    Hi Chris,

    I'm sure your dad is prood of you this is GGGGGGGGreat, Cyclist our some of the must giving people out there.

    Good luck

  3. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

    Have you posted this on other sites?
  4. Alexa

    Alexa Guest

    Hi Chris,

    Good luck! How about setting up a Twitter account so we can follow your progress?