I’ve signed up for the Bike MS: Toyota Best Dam Bike Tour with the goal of working toward a world free of MS. Please support me as I prepare for this worthwhile endeavor.
I’ve seen firsthand how MS affects the families of my students and friends. The amount of strength and perserverence of those affected by MS is incredibly inspiring. I would like to add my own contribution to this strength and work to find a cure.
I’ll go the distance for MS; I will be training and preparing for a 150 mile bike ride, as well as fundraising to reach my goal. Thousands of cyclists all over the country will be joining me.
Please support my efforts by making a donation.
With your support, I hope to exceed my fundraising goal. The money raised will help fund MS research, as well as provide programs and services that ensure people affected by MS can live life to its fullest.
MS has been coined, “the silent disease,” but with your help, we can help to make some noise and spread the word.
Please support me and help put an end to MS.
More about Multiple Sclerosis
- MS is a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system.
- More than 2.3 million people world-wide are affected by MS.
- The symptoms of MS can be manageable, but are also unpredictable.
- Symptoms are different for those affected, but MS can cause numbness, tingling, slurred speech, loss of control over bodily functions, fatigue, memory problems, and issues with balance and mobility.
- Women are more likely to be affected by MS than men.
- Most people who are being treated for MS have periods of remission, as well as relapses.
- The cognitive component of MS can lead to bouts with depression and mood irregularities.
- There is currently no cure for MS.