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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Fundraise Like a Pro

Congratulations! You’ve signed up for the Victory Ride to Cure Cancer, and now you’re ready to start raising money. Whether you are new to asking for donations or a seasoned fund seeker, we’ve outlined your next steps to make it as easy as possible to get started. Here are our top tips to fundraise like…

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The 11th Annual V Week

Friday, December 8 wrapped up the 11th Annual V Week for Cancer Research, an event hosted by ESPN across all their platforms. V Week begins on Giving Tuesday, and brings awareness to the V Foundation for Cancer Research, a top-rated cancer research organization, started in 1993 by ESPN and the late NC State basketball coach,…

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Rest and Training — Why It Matters.

If you want to ride stronger and longer, start with taking more naps. Seriously. You may not realize that you are not getting enough sleep to optimize your daily routines and endurance. Overworking your body can have a negative impact on your performance. It is important to make sure you are getting enough rest, training…

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