In these crazy times, it’s difficult not to get overwhelmed with all the constant changes and uncertainty of the future.
We get it because we feel it, too.
We want you to know that our team is working through whether the 2020 Ride for Roswell weekend will take place as it usually does. We are considering several options – the traditional Ride Day, a modified date or plan, or going completely virtual. This is a lot to consider – but know that we are working closely with top public health officials to make the right decision. The safety of our riders, our volunteers, our sponsors, Roswell Park staff and patients, and the Western New York community as a whole is our top priority.
We will have an official decision on May 1.
No matter what we decide, #RFR20 will take place in some way because our mission matters just as much as it ever has, if not more than ever before. The people we’ve spent the last 25 years riding for are some of the community’s most vulnerable during this global pandemic. They need us – to keep pushing, keep riding and keep raising funds.
They are depending on us. We won’t stop, and we know you won’t either.
Thank you for being on our side and joining us in our mission to end cancer.
Thank you again, for your support, your dedication and your passion. Together we will do what we do best –make a difference.
Be safe and healthy.