Pan-Florida Challenge Cancer Ride
UPDATE: In response to new guidelines presented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding gathering size, social distancing, and general public safety — Pan-Florida Challenge will postpone the Pan-Florida Challenge Cancer Ride originally scheduled for March 28-29, 2020. All other details including date, location, and routes are TBD.
Cycling enthusiasts can join in the fight against cancer at the Pan-Florida Challenge Cancer Ride on March 28-29. Proceeds will also benefit cancer research and prevention at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Cyclists of all abilities and ages are encouraged to participate in the ride that begins and ends at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers. There are five different routes to choose from, including a 10-mile, 30-mile, 62-mile metric century, 100-mile century, and 200-mile, two-day challenge. Every race route will include food and water stops, mechanical bike support, finishers medal and a party at the finish line.
Pan-Florida Challenge’s mission is to support cancer patients, prevention and research. The organization also provides meals to chronically hungry children since malnutrition has been shown to increase the risk of cancer.
For more information on how to register or donate to a rider or team, visit Pan-Florida Challenge 2020.