cameron

Hi Ride2Survive Family

I'm reaching out to you on behalf of a very young Delta neighbor in a tough spot with his cancer situation. One of our past riders told me about this situation and I offered to share it with our Ride2Survive family.

Three of our team mates, Paul Janzen, Dave Peerless and Emilio Chiarizia had the honor or meeting 8 year old Cameron on the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley ride a few weeks ago.  

Cameron's condition is not good. He and his family are in the fight of his life right now and are into the constant trips to Children's Hospital for treatment. They are unable to work and as you can imagine, they are in an emotional and financial hell-hole.  

Family friends of the Bulger's have organized 2 ways to help the family out.

1. Contribute to Cameron's go-fund-me page here

2. In the Delta area, come to a pub night at the Sundowner on Nov 2nd

Thanks, and... damn I hate this disease!

Kerry

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One of the great things about learning to be a mechanic is the opportunity to upgrade a bike by enhancing its components (or parts-in layspeak). That being said, what do I do with the old components? The best answer is to provide my R2S family members with the opportunity to upgrade their bikes.

I have some Shimano 6870 Di2 components up for grabs at a reasonable offer.

Front derailleur, rear derailleur, 11 speed shifters, external battery mount (SM-BMR1).

Plus: Red 22 SRAM IS mount hydraulic brake calipers

Plus: 2 105 rim brakes

Plus: a pull out sofa as a bonus! Measures 72"x 42" x 18".

No reasonable offer refused. See pics. You can email me through the R2S website.

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cancer stats 2019

We have been funding cancer research for 15 years and the Canadian Cancer Society has just released the Canadian Cancer Statistics for 2019. This is a place where you can see results of research.

http://www.cancer.ca/en/cancer-information/cancer-101/canadian-cancer-statistics-publication/?region=bc 

The Ride2Survive is currently evaluating cancer research projects to which we will allocate our funds for 2019 so we can see results in a future version of this document.

If you have any questions on how we designate our generously donated funds, please do contact us.

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