The Louisville Cycling Podcast is dedicated to celebrating the people, rides, and events that make Louisville and the surrounding area a great place to be a cyclist!
Today’s episode is a bonus episode focusing on Bike To Beat Cancer, one of the most fun and meaningful events in the Louisville area.
Everyone has been touched by cancer in some way, and Bike to Beat Cancer is a way cyclists can punch back by helping to raise funds to support cancer research and treatments right here in our community. The even is organized by Norton Healthcare’s Norton Cancer Institute, and we speak with Jennifer Metro, one of the even organizers about the event, why it’s special, and why cyclists with love the experience.
It’s easy to learn more and to register to ride. Just visit www.biketobeatcancer.org and use the registration code LCP (all capital letters) for a free registration for listeners of the Louisville Cycling Podcast!
Not ready to ride in the event yourself? You can still donate and make difference. Support me in my ride by using this link and clicking on the donate button!
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