All Wheels 4 Fibromyalgia

Who says you can’t do it? Follow the team as they race across America!

” A cycling team of four cyclists and 12 crew members will race nonstop for 3,000 miles across the United States in the world’s toughest bicycle race the Race Across America (RAAM). The race begins on June 12, 2010 in Oceanside, Calif. and ends in Annapolis, Maryland. The objective is to complete this coast-to-coast race in the fastest time the goal is 6 days!
The team’s endeavor, however, goes beyond completing this rigorous race. All Wheels 4 Fibromyalgia is partnering with the National Fibromyalgia Association, and select sponsors in a shared ambition to raise awareness of fibromyalgia, a complex pain disorder that affects an estimated 10 million women, men and children in the U.S.
All Wheels 4 Fibromyalgia will be raising funds to support fibromyalgia research and community-based education programs for individuals affected by the disorder. The team’s goal is to raise $75,000 by June 12.” (via All Wheels for Fibromyalgia’s Facebook Page)

Here are all the links so you can get involved:
Follow them on twitter as the team speeds along! @allwheels4fibro

Photos from 2009 All Wheels 4 Fibro! on Picasa

Want to help? You can donate to the National Fibromyalgia Association.


About Amy Higgins
Social mediaholic. Incurable content creator. Hardcore bacon nerd. Opera aficionado. Presently @TopRank Marketing Formerly @Zendesk @Concur @GoogleLocalSF

One Response to All Wheels 4 Fibromyalgia

  1. Justin says:

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