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The V Foundation for Cancer Research Announces 2nd Annual Victory Ride to Cure Cancer

Cary, NC [October 2, 2018]– The V Foundation for Cancer Research, a top-rated cancer research charity, is excited to announce the second annual Victory Ride to Cure Cancer will take place Saturday, May 18, 2019, beginning and ending at NC State University’s Centennial Campus. The Victory Ride benefits Duke Cancer Institute, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer…

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Randy Parker Inaugural Victory Ride

Victory Ride Spotlight: Randy Parker

Avid cyclist. NC State graduate and enthusiast. Admirer of Coach Valvano and his fight to beat cancer. Fan of the V Foundation for Cancer Research and its mission. Randy Parker is all about health and wellness, and he enjoys getting involved in anything that will promote good health and toxin-free living. So when his friend,…

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The V Foundation’s Inaugural Victory Ride to Cure Cancer

Saturday, May 19, 2018 kicked off the very first Victory Ride to Cure Cancer. Before the sun came up that morning, cyclists started rolling in to NC State University’s Centennial Campus, in anticipation of hitting the route. These determined riders raised more than $200,000 to support North Carolina’s world-class cancer research institutions and breakthrough cancer…

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Guest Post: Primal Product Spotlight

By Primal Wear   You’re doing an incredible job with fundraising and training. As the official apparel sponsor for the Victory Ride, we want you to look good, but more importantly, feel good, too. Our products will enhance your ride experience―and you deserve it. Check out the custom Victory Ride cycling gear below that you…

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The V Foundation Celebrates 25 Years

Throughout the week, members of the V Foundation have been meeting with TV and radio stations to talk about the V Foundation’s 25th anniversary of funding life-saving cancer research, and the inaugural Victory Ride to Cure Cancer. You may have caught some of the interviews live as they were happening, but if not, here are…

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Rider Spotlight: Ryan Switzer

Imagine sitting next to your wife at her 6-week check-up after having an unruptured brain aneurysm coiled and stented. The doctor shares the news that her scans look really good, which usually means she won’t ever have to worry about it again. But without even a moment to bask in that wonderful and amazing news,…

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