I enjoyed my ride with Pelotonia even more than last year! I was in better shape this time, the weather was cooler and the crowds were bigger. I went as Waldo again...silly, but why not?
The opening ceremony featured former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden. They talked about the Biden Cancer Initiative whose mission is the advancement of cancer research, connecting patients and doctors, and the development of successful therapies for specific types of cancer. I was wowed by their passion to end cancer. Read More
My first ride with Pelotonia last year went very well. I shared the road with almost 8,000 riders, including many cancer survivors. Together, we raised $24,104,432 for the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. 100% of rider-raised money goes directly to cancer research. Read More
My ride with Pelotonia on Saturday went well. The weather was mid-west perfect, the Ohio countryside was all rolling hills and cornfields—with some good 19th century architecture along the way. With almost 8,000 riders, we raised a lot of money. I’ll know the total soon.
The ride was hard, but not as hard as watching someone suffer from cancer. I thought of my mom often as I rode. I met many other men, women (and children) who had survived cancer, who are in the middle of helping a loved one – or are grieving a loss. Read More
Each of our lives has been touched by cancer. My mom died of it before she was 50. Now, years later, when I read about science and technology I immediately look for the cancer research, always wondering “what if…?”
This August I am raising research funds by biking with Pelotonia in Columbus Ohio, about an hour from my hometown. 100% of rider raised money goes directly to cancer research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center—Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. Read More