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“I’m so grateful to be here, and because I am here, I just want to try to figure out ways to make life easier for everybody else,” said Maryann. “If you know somebody who has cancer, you give them your love and support, but how you help all cancer patients – is you Ride for Roswell.”

“The Ride helps to give you some power against cancer. I’m so grateful I am able to participate and pay my dues back to Roswell, ride my heart out for my family and friends this disease has taken from me, and to cry some tears that day knowing we are riding toward a future where cancer no longer exists," said Lindsey Gold.

Each of us has the power to make a difference, whether you ride, donate, volunteer or help spread the word. Kathy said her team’s philosophy is, “A penny or a pound, it’s all forward motion.”

With nine routes to choose from ranging from five to 100 miles, there is a perfect Ride Day route for everyone!

Roswell Park ICU nurse Gabrielle Acosta shares her personal connection to the cause. Gabrielle Acosta has experienced Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center through two different …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …