This summer I’ll be strapping on my helmet, cycling Canadian roads putting on some "mileage" and helping change the future of MS. While on my biking journey in support of MS, I will also do my best to create awareness for Canadian Adaptive SnowSports (CADS).
I have participated in several MS Bike events and have met a lot of wonderful people in the process. I enjoy hearing people’s stories and would like to share one of my MS Bike experiences with you.
In the attached photo is my friend AJ, we completed our first team MS Bike - Riding Mountain Challenge in 2001. Since then AJ has completed 13 or 14 MS Bike - RMC's in support of his father and others. I just spoke with AJ and he is willing to participate in another MS Bike Challenge, and would like to be part of our team. - Canadian Adaptive SnowSports - Manitoba
Our team will do our best to raise awareness and funds for MS while trying to promote adaptive snowsports so individuals of all ages abilities can get outside and enjoy a fun filled alpine adventure.
For additonal information on Canadaian Adaptive SnowSports visit our team page.
Multiple sclerosis has a ripple effect that impacts not only the lives of those diagnosed by the disease, but also their family and community. That’s why I am asking for you to support my fundraising.
Funds raised at MS Bike continue to support leading-edge research and support programs that improve the quality of life for those affected by MS. When you donate to my fundraising you’ll help continue this incredible work.
With every pedal stroke and donation we’ll further the fight against MS.
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