Great Cycle Challenge USA Seeks Riders to Fight Kids’ Cancer
Program encourages riders of all ages and abilities to set personal mileage and fundraising goals.
Patrick Mueller is a Great Cycle Challenge participant.
Photo courtesy of the Great Cycle Challenge
More than 48,000 cyclists are gearing up for the fourth Great Cycle Challenge USA during the month of June to benefit the Children’s Cancer Research Fund, a nonprofit that invests in groundbreaking cancer research.
Great Cycle Challenge USA encourages riders of all ages and abilities to set personal mileage and fundraising goals, and to track their progress online through a personal profile page at greatcyclechallenge.com. Riders can use any type of bike to accumulate miles and also register for group rides supporting childhood cancer patients.
Founded in 2015, The Great Cycle Challenge USA has quickly grown to become one of the biggest cycling events in the country, with more than 76,000 riders raising $9 million for Children’s Cancer Research Fund. This year’s goal is for 48,000 riders to raise $5.5 million.