What is Wheel to Survive?
Wheel to Survive is an uplifting, inspirational indoor cycling fundraiser to benefit programs for women currently battling ovarian cancer and to provide research dollars for a CURE. Cyclists of all skill levels are welcome to participate! Wheel to Survive Dallas 2016 will be held on Sunday, February 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at JCC Dallas, 7900 Northaven Road, Dallas, TX 75230.
How to Participate:
Register to ride by signing up here, paying your $50 registration fee and setting up your fundraising profile. Your registration fee includes a Wheel to Survive Dallas event t-shirt, FREE training rides leading up to the event and a rider goodie bag that you will receive the day of the ride. Simply share your fundraising profile with family, friends and coworkers, and ask them to consider making a tax-deductible donation to your ride or (better yet) register to ride and join you at Wheel to Survive Dallas! Fundraising requirements: $250 minimum each for riders on a relay team $500 minimum for individual riders (not on a team) riding the full six hours
Why You Should Ride
Women with ovarian cancer need your help. Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynecological cancer affecting 1 in 70 women. Today more than 70% of ovarian cancer patients will die of their disease, compared to less than 20% of breast cancer patients. When ovarian cancer is detected and treated early, the five year survival rate is greater than 92%. Sadly, symptoms are vague and subtle, so most patients are diagnosed at later stages. Less than 50% will survive more than 5 years after their diagnosis. IT IS TIME TO CHANGE THESE STATISTICS FOR OUR MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS, SISTERS AND GIRLFRIENDS AND BE THE DIFFERENCE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST OVARIAN CANCER TODAY! We need your help to raise money and awareness. Together we can be the difference in the fight against ovarian cancer.
WTS Gift Market
We are excited to have some fantastic vendors / artists at the Dallas Wheel to Survive Gift Market. A portion of your purchase will benefit Be The Difference Foundation.