How Wheel to Survive Events Work 2017-01-19T18:15:34+00:00

WHEEL TO SURVIVE
HOW  IT WORKS

1. REGISTER

Gather a team of riders or join an existing team and participate in the event relay style.  If you are riding relay style each team member can ride for one or more 50 minute sessions.  If your feel up to the challenge you can ride the entire event as an extreme rider.

2.  FUNDRAISE

Each rider commits to raising $250 for each hour they ride.  We provide you with your own individual fundraising page where you can share why you ride and add photos and even videos. Share your page through social media to reach your supporters.

3.  RIDE

Come out and have fun!  You will be riding with the best instructors from around the city.   Get your team spirit on and you may even win a prize!  Encourage your team to create a team t-shirt, decorate your team bikes and take team pictures.  

4.  #SURVIVEMORETHAN5

100% of the funds that you raise at Wheel to Survive help women battling ovarian cancer!  Less than 50% of women battling ovarian cancer survive more than 5 years.  Help us change this! Learn more about where the funds that you raise go.

WHY OUR RIDERS RIDE

Some people ride in memory of a loved one that lost their battle to ovarian cancer and other rides to support a mother, sister, daughter or other loved one who is going through the fight.  No matter why people ride they feel good about participating in the event and being the difference!

BERNICE

I participate in Wheel to Survive in honor of my daughter-in-law.  I will be riding for my 5th time this year and as an 85+ year old rider I love that I can control the pace at which I ride.  I look forward to this event each year!  Ride with me!

> Read Bernice’s Story

COLIN

I participate in Wheel to Survive in memory of my mom, Kathy, who lost her courageous battle with ovarian cancer in 2014. My mom had a real passion to help Be The Difference Foundation fight for a cure for ovarian cancer.

> Read Colin’s Story

MISSY

I’ve participated in Wheel to Survive since 2016 in honor of my mother an ovarian cancer survivor.  I love the high energy, excitement and enthusiasm that comes from leading a session at Wheel To Survive.  It is an incredible experience!

> Read Missy’s Story