Every year I put this on my blog. Every year he does this amazing fundraising event in my name. This is a MS fundraiser that I wouldn’t be able to participate in based on the level of my disability. I haven’t been able to ride a bike in many years. That is what is amazing about these fundraisers, most of the time the people participating don’t have MS. I thank everyone who donates. However, I truly thank the people out there actually doing the event. I thank my brother, Howard, for his constant participation and endless support. Please share with anyone you know. https://mssociety.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=131761&fs=e&s=cl
I’m cycling toward a world free of MS – Part 13.
This is my 13th year at BikeMS – or is it 14? I’m losing track, but what matters is I’ve been out on the road training to ride 30+ miles for BikeMS and try to end this horrible disease in the world.
I’ve been so lucky to have received the support of friends and family over the years and to achieve many fundraising milestones. Last year out of all the NYC riders I was the #61 fundraiser, raising over $5,000.
I’ve set an ambitious goal of $5,000 again this year because I know that with support from people like you, I can get there.
I ride for my sister Jamie, who had a terrible MS setback due to Covid19, and for all of the MS patients in the world.
MS is a devastating, unpredictable disease. But money raised through Bike MS fuels cutting-edge MS research and critical services to ensure people affected by MS have the resources they need to live their best lives.
Please help me reach my goal.