Bike for a future Immune to Cancer

Join us on June 25, 2016, for an inspiring 1-day cycling event through the Lower Hudson Valley's breathtaking landscape.

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Cancer immunotherapy research is making a difference in the lives of people like Sharon Belvin, diagnosed with stage IV malignant melanoma at the age of 22. Watch her story of victory over cancer thanks to immunotherapy and her determination to live a long, healthy life.


Sign up for A2C today as an individual or as part of a team and know that you'll be part of funding cutting edge immunotherapy research, in an effort to find a cure for all cancers. Whether you ride, volunteer or donate,  100% of funds raised by participants will go toward lifesaving cancer immunotherapy research!

Select from 25, 50, and 100 mile routes. Along the way you'll pass through the historic grounds of the United States Military Academy at West Point (normally unavailable to the public) and witness breathtaking vistas of the Hudson River and the Lower Hudson Valley from perched high upon Storm King Highway. Plus you'll have the opportunity to ride alongside professional cyclists, from the Holowesko Citadel Racing Team, founded by cycling great, George Hincapie. 

Roundtrip Shuttle Transportation between NYC and Highland Falls, NY will be available. Check out the section on Transportation and Accommodations for further details.

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Top 5 Teams Donations Raised
1 | Team CD&R $58,623
2 | Team Young Philanthropists $26,758
3 | MUFG $24,331
4 | Coatue $20,960
5 | AZ/MedImmune $19,568
Top 5 Fundraisers Donations Raised
1 | Priyanka Sewhani $9,375
2 | Joe Mulrooney $7,135
3 | Ken Umezaki $4,208
4 | Eash Cumarasamy $4,196
5 | Tyler Hassen $4,075

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Immunotherapy:
an Answer to Cancer

Thanks to decades of research, there's now a new way to treat cancer that is unlike anything that's come before. It's called immunotherapy, and it works by harnessing our own immune system's innate power to find and eliminate cancer.

The FDA has recently approved several immunotherapies for melanoma, lung cancer, and kidney cancer. More treatments are in the pipeline and have the potential to help patients with many others kinds of cancer. Truly, a revolution in cancer treatment has begun.

But we need your help. Join us in this exciting cycling event and be a part of the Answer to Cancer.

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