Denise Pascual

Denise Pascual
Cancer is the biggest killer of kids from disease in the USA, 38 children die every week. Please donate now and support my challenge to fight kids' cancer!
I've Ridden 1,027.9 mi to fight kids' cancer
My Rankings
  • National: 2617th
  • State: 68th in IN
I've raised $1,191.36 to fight kids' cancer Donate Now

My Story

30 Sep 2020

This September, I am taking part in the Great Cycle Challenge to fight kids' cancer!

Why? Because I am a cancer fighter. I was diagnosed a couple months after my 46th birthday. I had 45 cancer-free years. But, right now, cancer is the biggest killer of children from disease in the United States. Over 15,700 children are diagnosed every year, and sadly, 38 children die of cancer every week. I am riding for these children and my friend's daughter, Gemma, who survived leukemia, and my friend's niece, Hope, who was diagnosed with a gastric adenocarcinoma in September of this year.

Kids should be living life, not fighting for it.

I am raising funds through my challenge to create hope for a cancer-free future. Please help the Children's Cancer Research Fund to continue to develop lifesaving treatments and find a cure for childhood cancer.

Please support me by making a donation to give these kids the brighter futures they deserve.

God bless,

Lani

My Challenge

  • Day 30: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 30: Every Day for Hope. Today is the last day of the Great Cycle Challenge. I have spent a lot of my time cycling (45 hrs & 1,027 miles) in prayer & reflection.

    A recurring theme in my thoughts & prayers was this: We are living in a time of transcendence.

    One thing we need to transcend is helplessness. Turn your feelings of

    helplessness

    into actions of

    helpfulness.

    This is a way for us to step out of darkness and create hope, a light for those who would follow us.

    For me, helpfulness meant cycling and raising awareness and funds for childhood cancer. Knowing many children in my circle who have been diagnosed and survived and another who is fighting gastric adenocarcinoma now has helped me to turn my feelings of helplessness into actions of helpfulness and hopefulness.

    Please keep creating hope for each other by finding ways to help people through crisis. It is our light, the light of hope given to us by Christ that will change the world.

    Thank you for all your support, your prayers, your shares, and donations.

    #greatcyclechallenge #greatcyclechallenge2020

    Day 30: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 19 days ago
  • 43.5 mi ride - Day 30: Every Day for Hope - Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    Logged this ride 19 days ago
  • Day 1: LET'S GO!
    30 Sep 2020
    Day 1: LET'S GO!
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 2: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 2: Pushing past 30 miles.

    Day 2: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 3: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 3: Thank you to everyone who has donated! I'm on pace to do 300 miles in 10 days! Today, I am praying for Hope. She is the 12 yo niece of a dear friend. She goes today (9/3) for a biopsy on a "grapefruit-sized" tumor growing in her stomach. Please pray with me: hope for Hope. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 3: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 4: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 4: Another 30 miles and prayers for Hope as she and her parents wait for biopsy results. Those days can be agonizing. Pray that they are able to stay positive. The worst days for me were the days of waiting and fighting off the "what-ifs" while not being able to focus on the "what-is". And the "what-is" are wonderful: the family, friends, and happiness we have in front of us.

    Day 4: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 5: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 5: We drove up to Michigan last night, stayed up late catching up w/ my sis, then I woke up w/ a migraine 😢. I took some ibuprofen then pushed through to get my HR up and let my endorphins fight the migraine. It worked and I was able to get that time to meditate & pray for all the cancer fighters on my list. Loves, sometimes we need to push past the hard part to get to our goals, the good part. Just keep fighting. Just keep praying. Every day. ❀

    Day 5: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 6: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 6: Thank you for your support & prayers. I have 116 miles left on my 300 miles in 10 day goal, and I am up to $420 raised. ❀ It's hard to prioritize cycling for 30 miles while the boys are out on a morning hike at Silver Lake Dunes, but I know they are having fun, and we will get our time together later. πŸŒŠβ€πŸ’™

    P.S. If all goes well with my health, I am going to try to cycle 1000 miles this month or $1 for every dollar donated.

    Day 6: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 7: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 7: We needed to check our of the rental house by 1000 AM so I got my 30 miles in as the sun was rising through the trees. 200 miles done. βœ” Last 86 in three days. On Wednesday, Sept. 9 all donations will be matched. Any amount helps! #GCCUSA

    Day 7: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 8: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 8: πŸ™πŸΌ Still praying for Hope as her family await her biopsy results. It helps me to reflect on my own cancer journey, waiting for those results. I was scared, but thankful. I was thankful because I thought about all the scientists & researchers who worked to identify, isolate, and develop analytical tests to find those receptors to classify & grade tumors.

    My experience in environmental βš— analytical chemistry, knowing the steps that it takes to develop, test, then run any analytical method makes me appreciate the thousands of hours of discovery, lab work, and then criticism & publication that goes into these tests. Yes, it totally sucks when you're waiting for results and trying to stay positive, but that these tests exist is enough to make me realize that God always has a plan. From the young kid in high school who is good at math and science becoming that lab intern in a professor's lab, acid cleaning and autoclaving glassware, to the graduate student micro-pipetting thousands of samples and summarizing literature searches, to the PhD candidate working with the professor to make the discovery & develop a method based on the work of previous research, God has a plan. So, while I am praying for Hope, I am also thanking God for all the people who He gifted with talents to get Hope to this point: where she, her parents, and her doctors can create a plan to return Hope to good health.

    Please support the fund and the science & research that goes into fighting cancer.

    Day 8: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 9: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 9: Make Your Match Day! Every donation today will be matched 100%. Thank you to everyone who has prayed with me, shared my posts, and donated! ❀

    You know what's hard? The last five miles. I have to tell myself not to watch the last mile slowly tick away on my Wahoo Cycling app. 😁 It's even harder when the hubs is in the kitchen warming up his lunch. πŸ‘ƒπŸ€€

    You know what's easy? Donating $5 to End Children's Cancer. Your $5 becomes $10 today. Any amount doubles and every dollar helps. ❀ (If you don't want to donate online/via FB, please DM me for cash or check instructions. If I enter it today, it will still be doubled.)

    Day 9: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 10: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 10: $771, 305 miles! ❀ Thank you to everyone who prayed, shared, and donated. I reached my original cycling goal of 300 miles in 10 days. But I'm going to continue riding this month and try to match a mile for every dollar donated. So that means, my new goal is 771 miles!

    Please continue to pray for Hope and all the children battling cancer. If you're in my circle, you know a family who has been touched by childhood cancer. You know at least one person who has been touched by this disease - you at least know me! Please help give these children and their families the tools they need to fight, either through prayers, asking them how you can help, and/or donating to a cancer fund, like the Children's Cancer Research Fund.

    Prayers go up & blessings come down. Thank you for praying & being a blessing to me and all those around you. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 10: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 11: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 11: My new goal is 771 πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ miles or a mile for every dollar raised. I am dedicating every day forward to Hope. We need hope for Hope. Biopsy results showed that the grapefruit size tumor in her stomach is a carcinoma. This type of cancer (likely gastric adenocarcinoma) is very rare in children. Her team of Riley doctors are following treatment developed over decades of research, starting w/ a full tumor removal followed by radiation. Please keep Hope and all children fighting cancer in your prayers this month. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 11: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 12: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 12: Every day for Hope. Riding for hope and healing for Hope. If you'd like to donate or help Hope's family directly, please let me know.

    Prayer for Hope -

    God of healing mercy, in Jesus your Son you stretch out your hand in compassion, restoring the sinner, healing the sick, and lifting up those bowed down. Embrace Hope now in your loving care, for whom this intention is offered, heal her and all those children afflicted with cancer. May the Spirit of Jesus bring her health in soul and body, that with joy and thanksgiving we all may praise you for your goodness, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

    Day 12: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 13: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 10: 305 miles πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ cycled & $771 πŸ’° raised! Thank you for all the prayers, shares, & donations. πŸ™πŸΌπŸ˜πŸ’²

    Day 13: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 14: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 14: Every day for Hope. Thank you all for supporting me, praying with me, cheering me on, sharing my page, and donating. Thanks to you, I earned my jersey! 😍❀😍 It's funny how now that the pressure is off to do 300 miles in 10 days, it seems easier to get to 30 miles. πŸ€”πŸ™ƒ

    Or maybe it was because I lost myself cycling πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ today, reflecting on my cancer journey, praying for all of us in this fight, especially Hope, and thinking of how cancer has changed my relationship w/ my kids. I would never wish this journey on anyone. But I am grateful for what it has brought me to understand about life, what's important, and what I should cherish: the time I have with the people I love.

    Thank you for being here. Thank you for keeping me present. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 14: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 15: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 15: Every day for Hope. 438 miles & $821. I split my ride into two smaller ones (πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ 38.7 miles!) so I could get my FB Live Strength & Conditioning video posted, and then get ready for my oncology appointment. It's an infusion day! πŸ’‰

    I am so grateful that my doctors have a treatment plan for me to get cancer-free. That treatment plan was hard fought by thousands of πŸ’Ÿ women before me who won or lost this battle, and thousands of doctors, scientists, and researchers who perervered to understand and develop these treatments.

    Please continue to support this research. Encourage children with an affinity to science and math to use their talents, pray for an end to cancer, support families in this crisis, or donate to research funds like the Children's Cancer Research Fund. β€πŸ™πŸΌβ€

    Day 15: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 16: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 16: Every day for Hope. Yesterday was an infusion day, which means today I have felt like a hormonal teen! πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ But I still got my prayers and miles in for Hope and all the kids in this fight with me. Please continue to pray for hope as her Riley doctors and family work on a treatment plan. Gastric adenocarcinoma is incredibly rare, making up less than 0.05% of childhood cancers. Please pray that they are able to come up with treatment plan that will return Hope to her childhood. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 16: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 17: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 17: Every Day for Hope. I rode 33.5 miles today between my FB Live workout & a migraine to start my day. Those Zoladex infusions (to force menopause as a part of my cancer treatment plan) make me hormonal. πŸ€£πŸ’Ÿ

    There are 30 days in September. We are on day 17 and I have 311 miles left to ride since we are up to $821 donated. (If we get up to $1000, I have 490 miles left.) πŸ™πŸΌβ€ πŸ™πŸΌ Thank you! I'm still trying to get at least 30 miles as day as I hope to match a mile for every dollar up to $1,000. Please continue to pray for Hope and all the children fighting cancer. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 17: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 18: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 18: Every day for Hope. Riding for hope and healing for Hope. If you'd like to donate or help Hope's family directly, please let me know. Hope's Riley doctors are preparing for a long surgery to remove as much of they can of the large tumor in her stomach and smaller one in her lungs. The hardest thing to do is to stay hopeful. When we fight cancer, the hardest part is the emotional strength to perservere. Please pray that Hope & her family continue to have faith, to hope, to believe in her cancer-free future.

    Prayer for Hope -

    God of healing mercy, in Jesus your Son you stretch out your hand in compassion, restoring the sinner, healing the sick, and lifting up those bowed down. Embrace Hope now in your loving care, for whom this intention is offered, heal her and all those children afflicted with cancer. May the Spirit of Jesus bring her health in soul and body, that with joy and thanksgiving we all may praise you for your goodness, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

    P.S. Lucky wanted to help me with my PT exercises. 🐱🀣

    Day 18: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 19: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 19: Every day for Hope. You know how there was that πŸ’² donation match day on September 9? Well, every first Wednesday of the month there is a πŸ™πŸΌ "prayer match" 😁 at the Shrine of St. Jude in Chicago. Below is a link to the online form to offer prayers for anyone you know who is fighting cancer, especially, children like Hope.

    https://shrineofstjude.org/ssj-healing-cancer-dayofprayer/

    Prayer for Hope -

    God of healing mercy, in Jesus your Son you stretch out your hand in compassion, restoring the sinner, healing the sick, and lifting up those bowed down. Embrace Hope now in your loving care, for whom this intention is offered, heal her and all those children afflicted with cancer. May the Spirit of Jesus bring her health in soul and body, that with joy and thanksgiving we all may praise you for your goodness, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

    I've cycled 575 miles and only need $179 to my goal of $1,000! Thank you for your prayers, support, and donations. ❀❀❀

    Day 19: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 20: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 20: Every Day for Hope. Only 10 days left! And I'm on track to meet the 1 mile for every dollar donated goal with 208 miles left to $821 (current amount donated) or 387 miles left to $1000.

    Please help me to reach my goal by praying every day for Hope and for an end to childhood cancers. Share this page or donate if you can. Thank you, again, for all of your support!

    Day 20: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 21: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 21: Every Day for Hope. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌYour prayers are working! Keep them coming for Hope. She made it through the surgery to remove the two spots in her lungs. Then she will start radiation. Please pray for her as she recovers from surgery. Pray to help her family stay hopeful for and faithful in her cancer-free future.

    The reason why these treatments exist is because of decades of tireless work by research scientists, biomedical engineers, lab technicians, biostaticians, doctors, nurses, and countless others, who dedicated their careers to finding a cure, each using their talents and knowledge to make one small part of the larger whole, from medicines to operating tools, from PET scan methods to implementing radiation therapies... there are so many parts. At each part, a person was there to study, learn, and create the information that became Hope's treatment plan.

    Please continue to support this research by praying, supporting the families in cancer crisis, sharing stories, and donating when you can. We can help to give hope to all those children and families fighting cancer. πŸ™πŸΌβ€πŸ™πŸΌ

    Day 21: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 22: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 22: Every Day for Hope. Every cancer fighter hopes for the day s/he is cancer free. Please keep praying for Hope and her family and all children fighting cancer.

    I've now cycled 689 miles and raised $821. If you can, please consider donating to the Childhood Cancer Research Fund to help doctors, clinicians, and research scientists create successful treatment plans. Help to create hope for a child's cancer-free future.

    Day 22: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 23: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 23: Every Day for Hope. I prayed for the cancer fighters on my list and cycled 43.79 miles today. Then I went w/ my hubs to get a drive through flu shot. One way I can support children fighting cancer is to get a flu shot (and make sure my two boys receive the flu vaccine every year). Fighting cancer often leaves children immunocompromised, and it is a tragedy when a child fighting cancer succumbs to a preventable illness like the flu.

    Thank you for your support these past 23 days! Only a week left!

    https://childrenscancer.org/4-ways-you-can-protect-immunocompromised-cancer-patients/

    Day 23: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 24: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 24: Every Day for Hope. 53 miles left to match $821. I know I can ride to $1,000! πŸš΄β€β™€οΈβ€ Please keep Hope in your prayers as she rests while her doctors plan her next surgery, the one to remove her gastric tumor. Please continue to pray for and support her doctors as they prepare. Please continue to pray for Hope & her family that they remain hopeful in her cancer-free future.

    This is the last week of the Great Cycle Challenge to End Childhood Cancer.

    Day 24: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 25: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 25: Every Day for Hope. I only have 6 more miles to meet the $821 donated so far. I can ride more! Please continue to πŸ™πŸΌ pray for an end to childhood cancers, ❀ share my page, or πŸ’² donate. (Now, back to baking. One day, I won't need to taste every batch of buttercream I make. Today wasn't that day. πŸ˜„)

    Day 25: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 26: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 26: Every Day for Hope. I made it to 821 miles! I'm going to keep going and try to get to 1,000 miles. Let's see if I can get there, and hope I can get to $1,000 in the next three days.

    Please continue to keep children like Hope, who are fighting cancer, in your prayers. Please continue to encourage children with a talent for math and science and let them know that their talents can save lives. And please continue to support the research that builds our knowledge about cancer and how to fight it. β€πŸ™πŸΌβ€

    Day 26: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 27: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 27: Every day for Hope. Thank you for donating! I'm at $881 dollars and after I cycled a hard 30 miles today, I'm only 1 mile short of matching that total! Today was a challenge. I was dragging after forgetting to sleep-in this morning. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜΄ But cancer doesn't sleep. So I made my boys breakfast (French toast), then got on my trainer, trying very hard not to watch the last 5 miles tick by on my Wahoo app. The good news is that I got a lot of prayer time in while trying to ignore my app. πŸ˜πŸ™πŸΌ

    Thank you, again, for the donations and prayers. If you're praying for Hope and those of us fighting cancer, remember there's that "Prayer Match" πŸ˜πŸ™πŸΌπŸ˜ program! Below is a link to the online form to offer prayers for anyone you know who is fighting cancer, especially, children like Hope.

    https://shrineofstjude.org/ssj-healing-cancer-dayofprayer/

    Prayer for Hope -

    God of healing mercy, in Jesus your Son you stretch out your hand in compassion, restoring the sinner, healing the sick, and lifting up those bowed down. Embrace Hope now in your loving care, for whom this intention is offered, heal her and all those children afflicted with cancer. May the Spirit of Jesus bring her health in soul and body, that with joy and thanksgiving we all may praise you for your goodness, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

    Day 27: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 28: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 28: Every Day for Hope. This time last year, I was waiting for the results of 3 biopsies taken from lumps found in my left breast. Jonah was worried and asking everyone to pray for me. πŸ™πŸΌ

    When I got the call on October 1, my world stopped. Cancer does that.

    But those prayers got me through. And I focused my mind on understanding my cancer and the science that was developed to help me survive it. I let my heart cry, while my spirit was lifted by everyone who prayed and sent me their love. Thank you. ❀ I've cycled 931 miles and dedicated more than 42 hours in thoughts and prayers for Hope and my friends fighting cancer.

    Please help children like Hope to re-start their world by funding research to find a cure, to understand the causes, to develop treatments, to create therapies that help children to live on in a cancer-free future.

    Day 28: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Bonus Sunset Ride
    30 Sep 2020

    πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ 10 Mile Bonus Ride: I've been in my head a lot today as October 1 approaches, the 1 year anniversary of my breast cancer diagnosis. So, I faced my fears and went on a road ride. I decided to just go because when I think about it, I get anxious. I'm afraid of falling because I can't unclip my cycling shoes fast - I have fallen many times in my driveway! - and I'm scared of traffic. Drivers don't see cyclists. But it was nice to get out on the road. I even let myself go fast for a bit, topping out at about 26 mph. 😁

    Bonus Sunset Ride
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Bonus Sunset Ride
    30 Sep 2020

    πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ 10 Mile Bonus Ride: I've been in my head a lot today as October 1 approaches, the 1 year anniversary of my breast cancer diagnosis. So, I faced my fears and went on a road ride. I decided to just go because when I think about it, I get anxious. I'm afraid of falling because I can't unclip my cycling shoes fast - I have fallen many times in my driveway! - and I'm scared of traffic. Drivers don't see cyclists. But it was nice to get out on the road. I even let myself go fast for a bit, topping out at about 26 mph. 😁

    Bonus Sunset Ride
    Posted 20 days ago
  • Day 29: Every Day for Hope
    30 Sep 2020

    Day 29: Every Day for Hope. Please help me to reach my $1,000 goal. I've ridden 984.4 miles and raised $881.13 toward the Children's Cancer Research Fund in the past 29 days. Tomorrow, I'll finish my 1,000 miles. Any amount helps to give hope: hope for a cure, hope for treatments, hope for therapies, hope for a cancer-free tomorrow. ❀

    https://greatcyclechallenge.com/Riders/DenisePascual?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=gcc20_fundraising_resources_harriet_mi_y_a&utm_content=gcc20_fundraising_resources_harriet_mi_y_a+CID_1b210754510abfa34c16eee62ea816a0&utm_source=marketing&utm_term=wwwgreatcyclechallengecomRidersURL

    Day 29: Every Day for Hope
    Posted 20 days ago
  • $1,000 raised to fight kids' cancer!

    I just hit $1,000 to fight kids' cancer! Thank you so much for your support.

    Posted 20 days ago
  • 41.9 mi ride - Day 29: Every Day for Hope - Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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  • 10.5 mi ride - Day 28: Sunset Ride - Monday, September 28, 2020
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  • 52.1 mi ride - Day 28: Every Day for Hope - Monday, September 28, 2020
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  • 30.3 mi ride - Day 27: Every Day for Hope - Sunday, September 27, 2020
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  • 34.7 mi ride - Day 26: Every Day for Hope - Friday, September 25, 2020
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  • 47.1 mi ride - Day 25: Every Day for Hope - Friday, September 25, 2020
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  • 34.5 mi ride - Day 24: Every Day for Hope - Thursday, September 24, 2020
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  • 43.8 mi ride - Day 23: Every Day for Hope - Wednesday, September 23, 2020
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  • 34.8 mi ride - Day 22: Every Day for Hope - Wednesday, September 23, 2020
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  • 41.7 mi ride - Day 21: Every Day for Hope - Monday, September 21, 2020
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  • 37.2 mi ride - Day 20: Every Day for Hope - Sunday, September 20, 2020
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  • 31.7 mi ride - Day 19: Every Day for Hope - Saturday, September 19, 2020
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  • 34.4 mi ride - Day 18: Every day for Hope - Friday, September 18, 2020
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  • 33.5 mi ride - Day 17: Every Day for Hope - Thursday, September 17, 2020
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  • 37.7 mi ride - Day 16: Every day for Hope - Wednesday, September 16, 2020
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  • 38.7 mi ride - Day 15: Every Day for Hope - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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  • 30.1 mi ride - Day 13: Sunday! 🙏🏼 - Sunday, September 13, 2020
    Logged this ride 36 days ago
  • 31.7 mi ride - Day 12: Hope for Hope - Saturday, September 12, 2020
    Logged this ride 37 days ago
  • 32.5 mi ride - Day 11: Every day for Hope - Friday, September 11, 2020
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  • 30.4 mi ride - Day 10: 300 miles in 10 days. Done! - Thursday, September 10, 2020
    Logged this ride 39 days ago
  • 30.4 mi ride - Day 9: Make Your Match - Wednesday, September 9, 2020
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  • $500 raised to fight kids' cancer!

    I just hit $500 to fight kids' cancer! Thank you so much for your support.

    Posted 41 days ago
  • 30.5 mi ride - Day 8: Back home! - Tuesday, September 8, 2020
    Logged this ride 41 days ago
  • 30.2 mi ride - Day 7: Last day in Pentwater - Monday, September 7, 2020
    Logged this ride 42 days ago
  • 32.5 mi ride - Day 5: Pentwater, Michigan (Migraine) - Friday, September 4, 2020
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  • 31.6 mi ride - Day 6: Pentwater, Michigan - Sunday, September 6, 2020
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  • 30.5 mi ride - Day 4: Hurry! We need to pack! - Friday, September 4, 2020
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  • 30.9 mi ride - 2 for 30. - Thursday, September 3, 2020
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  • 31.3 mi ride - Day 2: Pushing past 30. - Wednesday, September 2, 2020
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  • 27.2 mi ride - Day 1: Let's go! - Tuesday, September 1, 2020
    Logged this ride 48 days ago
  • $250 raised to fight kids' cancer!

    I just hit $250 to fight kids' cancer! Thank you so much for your support.

    Posted 49 days ago
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