Mary Lee Hilt

Mary Lee Hilt
Riding in memory of Daughter Stephanie, brother Allan.......Sister Sylvia who is now going through cancer treatment.
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 604.1 mi to fight kids' cancer
My Rankings
  • National: 83rd
  • State: 1st in ND
I've raised $5,624.20 to fight kids' cancer Donate Now

I'm Riding For

Daughter Stephanie, brother Allan.......Sister Sylvia who is now going through cancer treatment.

At the start of my nursing career, I worked on the pediatric unit and cared for children with cancer. It was heartbreaking to see these children and their families battle this evil. Little did I know that my daughter, Stephanie, would one day be diagnosed with cancer. She fought a courageous battle, but sadly cancer won. Years later my brother, Allan, passed away from pancreatic cancer. Sadly, once again, cancer has reared its ugly face. My dear sister, Sylvia, is currently going through breast cancer treatment. She was an instructional aid at an elementary school before she retired. She loves children and would do anything for a child, or for any human being. She was my strength when I needed it the most. I am riding to support Children's Cancer Research Fund in memory of Stephanie and Allan, every child fighting for their life, and this year I will be riding even harder for my sister. Stay strong, Sylvia. I love you!

My Story

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

Why? Because 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.

Kids should be living life, not fighting for it.

So I am raising funds through my challenge to help these kids and support Children's Cancer Research Fund to allow them to continue their work 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.

Your support will change little lives.

Thank you.

Mary

My Challenge

  • Great Cycle Challenge 2020......Thank you!
    5 Oct 2020

    I write this with tears in my eyes because I never ever thought that this year's challenge would be as successful as it was. We are an amazing team! We did this together! We raised $5,500 to help fight Children's cancer! I could not have done it without your support and generosity! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!

    I am so grateful that I was able to participate in this challenge for the 2nd year in a row. This month has been an emotional journey riding. But what a fabulous feeling knowing it was for a great cause!

    "Cancer is different for kids and the therapies they need are unique. For many of these kids their only option is to be treated with adult treatments. The more funding they receive, the faster they can work towards better treatment." (Source: National Cancer Institute)

    I wear my Great Cycle Jersey with pride. When we were in Minnesota, a young lady came up to me and said ,"I like your your spider jersey." Then she saw the back which reads, RIDING TO KICK CANCER'S BUTT. She asked what the GCC was about. After I told her, she proceeded to tell me when she was 11 years old, she had a brain tumor. She turned around and showed me her surgical scar behind her head. Again, I realized why I ride.

    People have told me I inspire them. But the truth is, I get my inspiration from these kids. They are the heroes. They are the ones that have to have courage. In fact anyone with cancer is a hero. Truly, it is not an easy road to travel. Why me or my child? If only we would have an answer. When I tearfully said to my daughter, "I wish you wouldn't have to go through this". Her response, "Mom, God knew I could handle this out of all of my friends." She was our hero! She was the one with courage. In fact, I think, she carried us through with her faith!

    I'm actually feeling a little empty as I write this tonight. My challenge has ended, but cancer never stops. When you find something that helps benefit others and you believe in it, it becomes your passion. This is why I rode and will do so again next year! Perhaps, I may find others to join me in the ride.

    Wishing everyone a blessed and happy week!

    Thank you again!

    Great Cycle Challenge 2020......Thank you!
    Posted 17 days ago
  • 4 Oct 2020
    Posted 17 days ago
  • Last ride Completed!.....Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    4 Oct 2020

    I took 2 weeks of vacation to focus on this challenge and on this night I go back to work. I want to sleep in , but my body tells me otherwise. It finally has turned around to regular daylight hours. I get up, have my cup of tea and something to eat. Look at the weather forecast on my phone and go out on the patio to feel the cold air and the wind against me. Call my husband to check on the weather. "It's cold and windy", he says.

    As I sip on my tea, I look out the window. I've exceeded my goals for this challenge and couldn't be happier, but I have a yearning. I also have one important task I must get done today. So if I ride 10-14 miles an hour, depending on the weather and where I ride, I can do it (unless I get a flat tire). Come home and shower, do my final task, run some errands and still have enough time to get to work.

    Yup! I have to do it. I put on layers of clothing, and today even my knee-high sock well socks. (Sock well compression socks--well known to nurses).

    I ride around Tom O'Leary Golf Course and then down to the trail with the huge cottonwood tree in the middle of the road. Well known to people of Bismarck (I think). It's quite unique. There are many other trees standing in the neighboring yards side by side, probably with their branches touching.

    This tree is alone. I imagine that is the feeling many people battling cancer have. People are aware of your illness but their world continues on. Your world has now taken a different direction. Your whole world is falling apart. Unless you have dealt with this experience, it is hard to understand.

    I ride in the wind, but it's not a big deal as it was at the start of my challenge. Does a child ever not get tired and fearful of all of the pokes and procedures they have to endure? Or does it become not a big deal to them?

    The wind is strongest without any surroundings. When riding on the trail with the trees sheltering or wrapping around the trails, I hardly feel the wind. It even feels warmer. I think of a child covered or wrapped in a soft, fleecy blanket and finding comfort in it. Perhaps a parent is tightly holding them in their arms, whispering how much they love them.

    I ride until my odometer says 22 miles. I met another milestone goal--600 miles. Yes, I'm proud of my accomplishment, but I don't like to boast about it. It's not about me. Every hill I climbed, every stroke I pedaled, I did it for those battling cancer. My goals so small in comparison to their goals.

    I remember growing up lighting candles in red votive cups at our church and saying a prayer for a loved one. So that brings me to my final task. I could have ridden to the University of Mary to the Marion Grotto. However I wanted to do it at the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. Instead of lighting 3 candles, I lit 4. One for the souls of Stephanie, Allan, Betsy R. (a beautiful little girl) and all young children gone too soon. One for Sylvia and my cousin Deb, who too, just started chemo treatments for breast cancer. Another candle for all other adults fighting cancer, Mary Jo's husband, Karalyn's father. For the survivors of cancer, Lolly and Moe and others. This candle is also for anyone faced with any other hardships in their life. 4th candle for Emersyn and all the children currently battling cancer or are in remission and for their families.

    I thanked God for my family and letting us have our precious Stephanie here on earth for 24 years. Along with other things, I again prayed to give all those fighting and suffering to find strength, courage, peace and healing.

    What an honor it was for me to ride for the Great Cycle Challenge!

    Posted 17 days ago
  • 25.2 mi ride - Last ride completed! - Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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  • Tuesday, September 29
    30 Sep 2020

    Today's temp was 71 degrees, but again another windy day in Bismarck.

    Today I had the privilege to ride for a girl named Emersyn (she also goes by Emmy). Emmy is in the second grade and has leukemia. I found out about her from a friend and wanted to do a ride for her. So how could I make this ride special to her? I decided to ride to places I thought she might enjoy going to. So I rode to the zoo, parks with playground equipment and picnic tables, the Fort Lincoln Trolley station and Amusement park, which of course has the super slide. Who doesn't enjoy sliding down that?

    My hope is that one day I will have the honor to meet her!

    Prayers to Emersyn and her family!

    Tuesday, September 29
    Posted 22 days ago
  • 31.1 mi ride - Temp 71...windy day - Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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  • 20.2 mi ride - Riding random trails on Minnesota - Saturday, September 26, 2020
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  • Saturday, September 26....Riding random trails in Minnesota
    29 Sep 2020

    On this day the weather was dreary and drizzled off and on. We rode on random trails near the resort we were staying at. I'm glad Terry knew where he was going, cuz it doesn't take much for me to get lost. What would I do without him and his support of me doing this challenge?

    It was our last day in Minnesota, so we decided to do just a short ride. Then just sit back and relax before we headed home the following day.

    Short trails, curvy trails that take you to no place and crossing busy traffic roads are not my favorite. Other than putting on some miles, I didn't think this ride was going to have any special meaning. But it really did. It was a short ride for those children and all our loved ones who left us too soon here on earth. The off and on drizzling rain, I will relate to God sprinkling holy water on us, just like my mother did when we were children going to bed. She sprinkled holy water on us and said, "God bless you."

    Up in heaven I see children riding bikes, playing in piles of leaves, squirrels scampering to bushes, adults sitting and having coffee. Perhaps our loved ones are sitting in the clouds holding a water can and sprinkling rain water upon us and telling us, " All is good up here!"

    God bless you all!

    Saturday, September 26....Riding random trails in Minnesota
    Posted 23 days ago
  • 61.2 mi ride - Riding for the kids! - Friday, September 25, 2020
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  • Friday, September 25....Riding for the kids!
    29 Sep 2020

    On this day I put on my Great Cycle Challenge jersey, along with a few other layers of clothing. This day I'm riding for kids battling cancer! Let's kick cancer's butt!

    Terry and I again started on the Paul Bunyan Trail in Baxter, Minnesota. However, we went in the other direction, riding out to the Crow Wing State Park. To connect to that part of the trail we needed to do some riding on the trails in Baxter.

    I think this is a hidden jewel of the Paul Bunyan Trail. Not many people walking or biking it! It's absolutely gorgeous and very peaceful!

    Again, I see the beautiful, autumn colors. This part of the trail is curvy in comparison to the mostly straight and flat one yesterday. Has some inclines/declines, but not that steep and noted more birch trees on this part of the trail. I again see different squirrels I normally don't see in N.D. Black squirrels, squirrels with different color tails and lots of baby squirrels. In general, I detest rodents (mice, rats, etc,), but I love squirrels!

    I think there are more fallen leaves on this trail than yesterday's. You hear a crackling sound as your tires roll over them. Actually a soothing, autumn sound to me.

    The beautiful, birch trees so tall, like you see in a painting. Wouldn't it be great if our children fighting cancer would all be able to grow up tall and strong like these trees? If they could enjoy the fresh, wilderness air? Can you picture these children playing in a heap of leaves, laughing and perhaps, instead of making a snow angel, a leaf angel? Instead of laying in bed getting chemo, these children could be outside enjoying these cool, autumn days.

    Only 4% of federal funding for cancer research goes to childhood cancer research. We need to find treatments that not only fight cancer, but allow child survivors to grow up healthy and free of late side effects.

    This is why I ride!.....Riding to Fight Kids Cancer!

    Friday, September 25....Riding for the kids!
    Posted 23 days ago
  • 66.0 mi ride - Dedicated this ride to my sister, Sylvia - Thursday, September 24, 2020
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  • Thursday, September 24.... Dedicated this ride to my sister, Sylvia
    28 Sep 2020

    On this day we were in Minnesota and biked the Paul Bunyan Trail. A little history of the trail is that it is the longest of Minnesota's state trails (115 miles) and the longest continuously paved rail-trails in the country.

    The weather on this day was a bit cool and misty in the AM with some wind. Temp in the 50's. By 4:00 PM, when the temp was 55 the sun was out and it seemed like it was in the 60's. What a difference the sun can make!

    Cancer awareness comes in all colors. Childhood cancer is gold, Stephanie's cancer (esophageal/stomach) is periwinkle, Allan's cancer (pancreatic) is purple and I think we all know breast cancer is pink.

    On this day I knew I needed to wear pink because I would be dedicating this ride to a very special lady in my life....my sister, Sylvia. One could not ask for a more loving sister than she is. Caring, fun-loving, heart of gold are only a few of her wonderful traits. I could give you many examples of her kindness, but the list would be too long.

    My husband, Terry, and I have ridden this trail several times before, but never in the autumn. Fall colors--absolutely beautiful (like my sister)!

    As I ride, I see leaves falling from the trees. Leaves of many colors....orange, yellow, brown, red, and even some green ones. Another season, another one coming. Then my deep thinking kicks in . Cancer has no boundaries. Doesn't matter what color your skin is, what your gender is or what your age is.

    Cancer, a new chapter in one's life---like a new season. Falling leaves, soon the trees will be bare. Hair falling out in clumps. The time comes and you reluctantly look in the mirror with tears filling your eyes and think, "Just shave the rest off." Like a wind storm blowing all the leaves off of a tree and now it is bare, but still beautiful and alive. Come winter, the tree branches get covered with snow, still beautiful! Whether your head is naked or covered with a wig, turban or scarf , you are beautiful. Sylvia, and for every cancer patient, "You are beautiful inside and out. You will always be loved just as you are."

    We tell you to keep a positive attitude, but so easy for us to speak. Not easy to put that into practice when you are the one facing this difficult journey. I wish I could be there for you and give you hugs, but this pandemic has put a wrench into that.

    So every pedal stroke that Terry and I pedaled this day, was for you. We wanted to do a century ride (100 miles) for you, but the fall days are just too short.

    Day by day is what your week has become. However, I have something on my bucket list for you when you get well. You will be biking the beautiful Paul Bunyan Trail, whether it's 5, 10, 15 miles or whatever. We will do it when the leaves are green, cuz as we know, we sisters, except for Priscilla, had our own special colors that Mom dressed us in....and green was your color.

    Hoping your days will be filled with some sunshine and not just cloudiness!

    Love you sister!

    Thursday, September 24.... Dedicated this ride to my sister, Sylvia
    Posted 23 days ago
  • Tuesday, September 22nd
    23 Sep 2020

    So I will start out with my riding experience thus far this week. I don't know if it is on every medical floor, but where I work, we will not use the "Q" word, for if it is said, chances are it no longer is going to be a quiet shift. (Sorry co-workers, I said it).

    So this brings me to flat tires. I tend to get more flats than I ever care to get. Last week I was thinking, but did not say the word flat, just thinking I had not gotten any flats this summer. Lucky me! Well, I guess you don't have to speak the word, thinking is enough. Friday: slow leak =flat tire. I could have tried changing it. Did that one time, but took me a few hours. Yes, I said a few hours! Terry can change it when he gets home from work. Bless his heart , he did too.

    Next day (Saturday) we rode without any trouble. Come Sunday morning, another flat. He fixes it again. We even used a magnifying glass to see if there was anything sharp that we couldn't see otherwise.

    Come late evening, he informed me, if you're going to ride, you better do it before it gets dark. I just needed a push that day. Was feeling lazy.

    Monday night, another flat. Getting a little angry now. Took it into the bike shop on Tuesday. Was told I'm overfilling my tube. Well, I was just filling it to what the MAX on the tire said. So tonight I rode on tires that were half filled from what I usually rode on. Hopefully, no surprises Wednesday morning.

    Flat tires, what a small thing in life to worry about when you think about the big picture of life. What in life is most important to us? This month, I have to be honest, I've had a few emotional rides. Riding for this challenge, stirs up some unhappy memories of my own. Then I think of families and children struggling through their cancer. I think of my sister all of the time. Wouldn't it be great if cancer could be as simple as a flat tire? Get rid of the bad inner tube, get rid of the cancer cells without having to go through chemo. Fill the tire with a new tube, fill the body with healthy, normal cells. Then you will be ready to roll on the path you choose. Unfortunately, life is not like that and we have to roll with the punches it gives us. We try to be strong, but sometimes, we need someone to carry us when we are not able to do it ourselves.

    I ask everyone who reads this, if you could just say a prayer for all of the children and their families and also pray for my sister, who is going through a very, tough time since her last chemo treatment.

    Thank you.

    Posted 28 days ago
  • 30.4 mi ride - Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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  • 11.3 mi ride - Sometimes you just need a push to ride - Sunday, September 20, 2020
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  • Saturday, September 19
    20 Sep 2020

    So I have been a bit neglectful in writing posts, like I had anticipated to do when I started doing this challenge. So I felt I really needed to write one tonight. Of course, it's late in the evening. Just can't get out of those night shift hours working as a night nurse.

    I usually ride solo, but today I had the pleasure of riding with my husband. We rode to the University of Mary. Lit some candles at the grotto. Then rode to Fort Lincoln. My bike knows that trail well. It's almost like when you're going some place and you realize your car is going in the direction of work, but you're not going to work. Anyways, it was a good day to ride!

    Other than when I'm trying with all of my effort to climb a steep hill, I do a lot of thinking/reflecting when I ride. What is my purpose here on earth? Of course that brings me to my daughter, Stephanie. If I recall, I was medicating her via her port-a-cath. She asked me if I missed work. I'm not sure what I said, but she lifted my chin-up and looked at me and said, "Mom, maybe that is why you became a nurse. To take care of me." How do you answer to that? So now I wonder, what was her purpose on earth. We will never know, but perhaps part of it was to get me involved in this challenge to find better treatments for children fighting cancer.

    Stephanie was a young adult, not a child, when she was diagnosed, but she was my child. That is why I believe this challenge for Children's Cancer Research has become so important to me. No parent wants to hear, "Your child has cancer."

    Posted 32 days ago
  • $5,000 raised to fight kids' cancer!

    I just hit $5,000 to fight kids' cancer! Thank you so much for your support.

    Posted 32 days ago
  • 50.5 mi ride - Saturday, September 19, 2020
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    Logged this ride 32 days ago
  • 30.4 mi ride - To Fort Lincoln (Map of ride didn't save when hit save) Temp 62-64, Relaxing ride! - Wednesday, September 16, 2020

    From Home to Home

    Logged this ride 35 days ago
  • 30.2 mi ride - Less hazy and more sun today Temp 62-64. Was a relaxing ride! - Wednesday, September 16, 2020
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  • 10.8 mi ride - Hazy sky, Temp 72, need to find more bike trails to ride - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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  • 33.0 mi ride - U of M, United Tribes and then some. Temp 70’s - Monday, September 14, 2020
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  • Sunday, September 13
    14 Sep 2020

    I made a commitment to myself and to my sponsors to ride 300 miles. My goal today was to make it to the 200 mile mark, and I did it. Yea to me! 100 more miles to go!

    Now about my ride. It isn't my favorite trail because it's near a road with a lot of traffic and a lot of stops. Now you may be thinking why the picture of the horses. This is my favorite part of the ride. I love seeing these horses on this trail. Horses, dogs, Okay, maybe cats too, I love them. In fact, I think every co-worker of mine owns some kind of animal or two. Now, I can only speak for dogs, cuz that 's what I have, but they are always happy to see you and you can tell them anything and they will listen.

    Since it was Grandparents' day, before I finished my ride, I headed over to see my two precious grandchildren! Grandma needed some hugs!

    Speaking of hugs, if I could, I would give every child and adult fighting cancer a huge hug for what they have to endure. Hugs and prayers to them!

    Sunday, September 13
    Posted 38 days ago
  • 17.1 mi ride - Washington street trail. Temp 60’s. Starting to like these cooler days - Sunday, September 13, 2020
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  • Saturday, September 12
    13 Sep 2020

    Today was a beautiful day to get on the saddle and ride! Terry joined me. He always seems to be way ahead of me, but he never complains about waiting for me. Perhaps, he likes the rest periods waiting for me to catch up. He will surely disagree with that statement!

    Our first stop was Harman Lake. It has a couple of steeper hills and more gradual inclines than what I remember. I reach the top of the hill and then I'm off, speeding down it. Great feeling! Then I wonder about those with cancer. They might start out at the top of the hill, receive their chemo and they don't get that great feeling coming down, cuz the chemo wears them down. They reach the bottom of the hill and their body slowly has to regain its strength back to get to the top of the hill. Then just as they start feeling better, reaching the top of the hill, it's time for another round of chemo. I don't know if this makes sense to anyone reading this, but I'm just writing what was going through my mind when I was riding.

    Then we are off to Fort Lincoln, fairly easy cuz I go there a lot. I was hoping to make it to the University of Mary, but my legs were telling me otherwise. So a quick trip to United Tribes and then headed home. Yes, I was exhausted!

    Saturday, September 12
    Posted 39 days ago
  • 62.0 mi ride - Harman Lake, Fort Lincoln, United Tribes. 62-80 degrees. - Saturday, September 12, 2020
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  • September 11
    12 Sep 2020

    So on Friday before I rode, the temp was in the low 60's. Then came the question. Should I wear warmer clothes or lighter clothes in case it warms up? I let the dog out and go outside. Mmmm, little chilly! Maybe I'll wait an hour and see if it gets warmer. Well, it didn't, so I put on long pants, including my bike shorts, jacket and jersey over it and gloves (not the half finger ones). Little cool and breezy, but ending up being a perfect day riding out to Fort Lincoln.

    September 11
    Posted 40 days ago
  • September 10
    12 Sep 2020

    I would like to give a shout out to all of you who have sponsored me in this Great Cycle Challenge and helped me raise money for Children's Cancer Research Fund! I consider us as a team and could not do this without your help! Thank you!

    First of all this bike challenge is NOT about me, but about the kids. But it is a challenge I chose to do and you are my team. So I feel it is only fair for you to know how I am doing and feeling with my bike challenge. My rides will be posted and I am hoping to write a short note about most of my rides.

    Posted 40 days ago
  • 32.0 mi ride - Fort Lincoln. Cool, breezy and cloudy day. Temp low 60’s - Friday, September 11, 2020
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  • $2,500 raised to fight kids' cancer!

    I just hit $2,500 to fight kids' cancer! Thank you so much for your support.

    Posted 42 days ago
  • 21.0 mi ride - No wind, temp in the 70’s. How could I not ride today? - Friday, September 4, 2020
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  • 16.5 mi ride - Just riding around to get miles in. A fairly windy and cooler day, but refreshing! - Thursday, September 3, 2020
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  • Day 2 of my Bike Challenge - September 2nd
    3 Sep 2020

    Today I was on a mission. I wanted to do it the day the challenge started, but it would have been too hard to climb that steep hill against the fierce wind. My mission: to ride to the University of Mary. It's a beautiful campus, but I had a place I wanted to visit, the Marion Grotto. It was inspired by the famous Grotto in Lourdes, France. I have visited it several times before and it gives me such a peaceful feeling. I felt it was the perfect place to begin my journey to ride for for this cause. I lit three candles there. One in memory of my daughter, Stephanie, and brother, Allan. One for my sister, Sylvia, who is currently going through breast cancer treatment and one for all of the children who have left us too early or who have cancer. I prayed for those dealing with cancer, young and old, that they find strength and healing. I prayed for our country and thanked God for everything he has given me. I feel blessed to have the ability to ride for "The Great Cycle Challenge USA" this September.

    I will post my rides and stories on my home page :

    GreatCycleChallenge.com/Riders/MaryLeeHilt

    Day 2 of my Bike Challenge - September 2nd
    Posted 49 days ago
  • Day 1 of Bike Challenge- September 1st
    3 Sep 2020

    After working my night shift, I was excited to start my bike challenge to raise awareness for children's cancer. I told myself, I will get up early and ride. Well that didn't happen. Sleep was more important. When I did get up, I looked out the window and the trees were swaying heavily from the wind. The flag was furled over the bracket. Awww....I hate riding when it's windy. Should I ride or not. I have to be honest, I was thinking not to. Then the real reason as to why I'm doing this challenge occurred to me.....the kids and riding for my loved ones who had and are dealing with cancer. They didn't have a choice, but I do. So I got on my bike and rode with the wind and against the wind. It is a challenge when the wind is so strong that it almost tips you over and riding against it is quite the struggle! But then I had to put my struggle into perspective. To face cancer everyday is more than a struggle. It is emotionally and physically exhausting. Somedays are good days, like when the wind pushes you along, but most days are likely like riding against the wind. I could stop, but cancer patients have to keep going. Chemo and radiation therapy causes side effects. I could go home, eat and rejuvenate. They usually are nauseated or have a poor appetite and little energy. The Great Cycle challenge is for research to provide better treatment for children so they can live a better life, not be fighting it! This is why I ride!

    Day 1 of Bike Challenge- September 1st
    Posted 49 days ago
  • 39.2 mi ride - Rode to University of Mary and where ever my bike decided to take me afterwards - Wednesday, September 2, 2020
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  • 16.1 mi ride - Day 1 of bike challenge. Super windy day, but need to ride! - Tuesday, September 1, 2020
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  • $1,000 raised to fight kids' cancer!

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

    Posted 60 days ago
  • $500 raised to fight kids' cancer!

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

    Posted 66 days ago
  • $250 raised to fight kids' cancer!

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

    Posted 68 days ago
  • $250 raised to fight kids' cancer!

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

    Posted 69 days ago
  • $250 raised to fight kids' cancer!

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

    Posted 79 days ago
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