Celebrating Chelseaby Christina D., on September 21, 2022
Happy 10-Year Cancer Free Anniversary, Chelsea!
You are living hope and an inspiration!
Keep on Fighting!by Charlene K., on September 14, 2022
Bob Jr, Rich Y, and Nick D. I admire your strength and perseverance!
Charles Edward Potts IIIby Charles P., on September 10, 2022
We do this event in memory of our son, Charlie. In hopes that a cure can be found and no other families have to experience the pain of a loss to cancer. To you son.
Mom Ruthby Melinda O., on September 9, 2022
Every day I miss you! How does 10 years pass by without you? Cancer sucks and it continues to hit so many everyday! Let’s end it!
Rest In Heaven My Angelby Tiffany G., on September 9, 2022
This a a tribute to a very remarkable woman, Vera McGee who loss the battle to cancer but won the war ❤️
Familyby Jennifer R., on September 9, 2022
I ride in honor of my Mom and my husband’s father, both of whose lives were cut far too short by cancer. May our children never have to experience such pain.
To Grandpaby Courtney K., on September 9, 2022
Thank you for always being one my biggest inspirations, I wouldn’t be the person I am without you. I know you would have loved hearing about VeloSano. I love you and miss you everyday!
Strongest Women, Best Momby Debbie P., on September 9, 2022
You are gone from this life, I miss you every day. You won the fight against all three cancer types. Mom you are the strongest person I have ever know. I love you mom.
Miss you Mat!by Jim E., on September 9, 2022
We met coincidentally riding aon a VeloSano ride in 2016. We became fast friends, brothers and VeloSano roomates. He loved biking and loved raising money fro VeloSano. Miis and love you always,
Your friend always,
In Memory of Jane Wessel Langby JIm E., on September 9, 2022
We love and miss you so much!
You fought so vigilantly and inspired us all. Always thinking of you and especially velosano weekend.
Find a Cureby Joan C., on September 9, 2022
Remembering Jack Cook for his courageous battle with cancer a very long time ago. XO
Remembering the Bestby Joan C., on September 9, 2022
Remembering my incredible dad and so many others who have lost their battle to cancer. Thank you to All who are participating!!
#iridefor jjby Patti D., on September 9, 2022
My son is a fighter! Living Hope!!
Fight To Cureby Annie D., on September 9, 2022
Your smile lives on!
Neuroendocrine and Prostateby Sonya N., on September 9, 2022
Hope for Neuroendocrine and Prostate Cancer Cure
Family Historyby Juan J., on September 9, 2022
I’m volunteering for my grandmother who passed away after a battle with colon cancer before I was born, so I never had the chance to hear her stories and learn from her.
Joe Baabby Chris E., on September 9, 2022
Joe worked with me at Oatey He was our HR Rep. Joe was nicest person.
My Auntby TIFFANY A., on September 9, 2022
Love and Miss You sooooooooo much
Never Forgottenby Rita P., on September 9, 2022
Dino, We miss your smile. We miss your laugh. We miss your hugs. Love, Rita, Hanna and CJ
Dr. James Samplinerby R Matthew W., on September 9, 2022
Dr. Sampliner was a remarkable and gifted surgeon who recently lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. I will always remember his smile and twinkle in his eye regardless of the adversity. His wonderful and lovely wife Betsy was always at his side.
Never Give Upby Gina T., on September 9, 2022
Keep riding. Keep fighting. Keep living. Keep the spirit alive. Keep hope.
We love you dad!
For my dadby Morgan J., on September 9, 2022
I ride to continue honoring my dad each year.
My Dadby Tim H., on September 9, 2022
My dad had cancer. My dad is a survivor 32 years and counting. Thanks to the treatments he is still enjoying life and is able to see my first grandson.
My mom-Carol Gigliottiby Laura P., on September 9, 2022
This woman was the best hugger in the world. She had love for everyone and taught me that all people deserve love and respect and hatred will only cause pain. Look for the good in people always. Unfortunately, 2008 she died of colon cancer.
Schwarzwalder tributeby John S., on September 9, 2022
Grandpa Eugene Schwarzwalder, a German immigrant, lost his fight to Prostate cancer. Gene Schwarzwalder, a 2007 cancer survivor.
Taken From Us Much Too Soonby Stewart K., on September 9, 2022
My Big Brother. A tremendous father and friend to so many. Taken from us much too soon by Glioblastoma, an especially cruel form of cancer, on May 8, 2020 at the ripe young age of 66.
In Memory of my dad and family friends!by Linda H., on September 9, 2022
My dad lost his battle of pancreatic cancer when he was 63. I was 26. Two very special family friend’s, Dave & Billy, also lost their battles with cancer.
My Beautiful Wife, Love You!by Jeffrey J., on September 9, 2022
It was a shock in March of 2020 to find out that my wife had kidney cancer. A bike ride one day, cancer diagnosis the next and surgery 30 days later. So fortunate that she has been cancer free since. I ride for her to make sure she stays that way!
Team Meghanby Catherine L., on September 9, 2022
Keep fighting the fight Meghan! Your strength and positivity inspires so many! You are loved by all. It’s an honor to be your friend.
The best is yet to be!by Julie R., on September 9, 2022
Bill – So very blessed to have you in my life❣️