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Rider at Ride for Roswell

New to the 2023 Ride for Roswell! On June 24, the Ride Community is coming together again for a common mission: to end cancer. The …

Alissa wears a #TeamAlissa T-shirt and triumphantly raising her hands in the hair beneath a sign that says "warrior." Her head is bald.

Meet Alissa Vogelsang: Buffalonian, yogi and cancer thriver Several days a week, Alissa Vogelsang unrolls her yoga mat, bows her head and flows through a …

Lauren, her mom Lisa, sister Katie and friend Michelle stand in a kitchen for their Baking with Gusto! fundraiser.

Out-of-the-box fundraising: Baking with Gusto! For Lauren Latona, the Ride for Roswell goes beyond just a summer bike ride. Her mother, Lisa, is fighting stage …

Why does your team ride in the Ride for Roswell? When we started as a Team of 8 in 2018, it was a few years …

For Julie and Bob Furminger, the Ride for Roswell is a quarter-century tradition that keeps getting more meaningful with time. It all started 25 years …

The Ride for Roswell is very meaningful to my family. We’ve had many experiences with cancer through numerous family members. Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Brothers, Sisters, …

Why do you participate in the Ride for Roswell? My mother passed away at the age of 42 from lung cancer. We never knew she …

Casey holds up bike

Why do you participate in the Ride for Roswell? I’ve been fighting back against cancer for over 30 years, since I was diagnosed at 3 …

Sign that says, "All proceeds go to Ride for Roswell"

Out-of-the-box fundraising: Check out Ellen’s story Hitting your fundraising goal can seem difficult, especially if you haven’t fundraised before. While Facebook is one great tool …

Why does your team ride in the Ride for Roswell? 2019 was Team Cycling for Sue’s first year riding. The previous fall after only five …

Sam Accordino: Riding His Own Way in Alaska Cancer impacts every one of us, but for Sam Accordino, that six-letter word has irrevocably shaped his …

Why do you participate in the Ride for Roswell? My father, Bob Black, has two kinds of cancer. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and non-malignant melanoma. At …

CICR - Center for Indigenous Cancer Research Team

For Whitney Ann Henry, forming a Ride for Roswell team marked the realization of a goal she set nearly two years ago. Along with her …

Breanna Voigt at Hockey Fights Cancer

Why do you participate in the Ride for Roswell? This year I am participating for my sister, mom and myself. This past year I was …

Ginny and Roger volunteering at Ride

Meet Ginny, route guide and cancer warrior. “I’m a cancer survivor by seven years. The colon cancer has been eradicated and the AML (acute myeloid …

Flak Pak team photo

Why does your team ride in the Ride for Roswell? I have worked at Roswell for almost 16 years and have an absolute compassion for …