Region – Local cyclists are invited to join the American Cancer Society's fourth annual Bicycles Battling Cancer Ride, which will be held Sunday, June 10. The 2012 BBC event will start and finish at the Bolton Fairgrounds in Lancaster, and will feature three “loop” route options – century (100 miles), metric century (62 miles) and “lite” (30 miles). Riders may participate individually or as a team.
Now through April 1, the registration fee is $75, and there is a low minimum fundraising commitment of $300 for all riders.
Bicycles Battling Cancer allows anyone the opportunity to get fit and have fun, while raising funds to help the American Cancer Society create a world with more birthdays, where cancer never steals another year from anyone's life.
Funds raised through Bicycles Battling Cancer support the Society's critical mission to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. The American Cancer Society helps people stay well, by preventing cancer or detecting it early; get well, by being in their corner through every step of their cancer experience; by finding cures, through groundbreaking research and treatment discoveries; and by fight backing, through influencing public policy.