Bike To Beat
Hey everyone! It is that time of year again! The Brain Tumor Ride is an awesome and remarkable experience to be a part of, and my teammates and I would love if you could join of our team Bike To Beat! This team is in honor of my father Greg Minisce who passed away in 2006 from an aggresive brain tumor. He was the liveliest, strong-willed man we ever knew and the memories we share of him only put a smile on our faces. This event is to recal all the wonderful qualities of him and reminds ourselves why this team puts in great efforts each year to help other good people like him. This is our 8th year participating in this event, and I promise it gets more memorable every year.
Please join our team! You can be a rider of our team, or if riding isn't your thing you can volunteer and just come and support! We riders need the encouragement to keep moving and fundraising. Donations to our teammates are GREATLY apprietiated as anything helps to reach our goals. Please remember if you are donating, donate to a specific teammate in order for all of us to reach our goals by the event (:
The Brain Tumor Ride is a fun and inspirational day where the brain tumor community unites to inspire hope and take action in the fight against brain tumors. Progress in this fight starts one team, one rider, and one dollar at a time. Like the National Brain Tumor Society, we are fiercely committed to finding a cure.
Join us and together we will make a difference!!
If you are a member of this team and would like to customize this page with a special message or team photo, please contact us and we can designate you as the team captain.
Please note: If you are interested in donating to this team, please select a member of the team and select the donation option from his/her page or make a general team donation.
NBTS is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. NBTS aggressively drives strategic research; advocates for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community; and provides comprehensive patient, family, and caregiver resources.
Your support ensures this important work will continue.
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