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2015 - Grin & Barrett Ride

The Grin & Barrett Ride is a charity fun ride for the San Juan Healthcare Foundation in support of the Caring Friends Fund. The money raised from the ride supports patient wellness at Montrose Memorial Hospital and the San Juan Cancer Center by providing assistance to patients who are not covered by traditional treatment methods (massages, food and lodging assistance for out of town family members, video games/movies for patients and other services not traditionally provided). The 33/50/75-mile rides loop through and around Montrose, Olathe & Delta communities.

2015 - Tour de Ladies

Tour de Ladies is a fully supported, non-competitive, women-only cycling event through the rolling hills of Douglas County, south of Denver, starting in Parker. With two route options, there is a ride for everyone. Whether you are a novice or experienced cyclist, Tour de Ladies is a fabulous opportunity to spend the day with your girlfriends while enjoying a gorgeous ride. Best of all, it's a celebration of sisterhood as we support the Crisis Center, which helps victims of domestic abuse.

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2015 - Pedaling 4 Parkinsons

Pedaling 4 Parkinson’s draws hundreds each year to join the fight against Parkinson’s Disease. This year we will be starting at Sweetwater Park in Lone Tree. Riders can choose from three routes – Century, Metric Century, and Ten-Mile. All money raised from riders will be donated to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Whether you’re a rider, sponsor, or volunteer, every effort counts.

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2015 - Death Ride Tour

The DEATH RIDE Tour VI Ride to Defeat ALS is a fundraising event to support the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the ALS Association. Each participant is required to raise a minimum of $250 in contributions by Day One of the Tour. A personal fund raising page can be set up through the following imATHLETE Campaign - DEATH RIDE Tour VI Ride to Defeat ALS

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2014 - Pedal for Possible

Join us on JUNE 6, 2015 in Craig Hospital’s first ever Century Ride as we "Pedal 4 Possible" along the Front Range and raise money to help Craig’s patients achieve independence after a spinal cord or brain injury. Pedal 4 Possible will feature courses for all skill levels (100 Mile, 100K, 50K, and 10K) across this scenic terrain as we ride along the Rockies. All cyclists will start and end at the Colorado Technology Center (CTC) just a half-mile north east of highway 36. Be sure to stay and join us for the post-race party ("Party 4 Possible") where food and cool prizes will be given out.

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