Bike to Beat Cancer one-day cycling event set for September 21st - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Bike to Beat Cancer one-day cycling event set for September 21st

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Keith Kaiser needs a Twinkie to keep him on track Keith Kaiser needs a Twinkie to keep him on track
Organizers of Bike to Beat Cancer Organizers of Bike to Beat Cancer
A Twinkie is the right inspiration for Keith Kaiser to keep biking A Twinkie is the right inspiration for Keith Kaiser to keep biking
Each ribbon on this special bike is dedicated to those who have battled cancer Each ribbon on this special bike is dedicated to those who have battled cancer
Keith Kaiser must never wear bike shorts or pose like this ever again.... Keith Kaiser must never wear bike shorts or pose like this ever again....

The Bike to Beat Cancer is a one-day cycling event Saturday, September 21st for riders who want to make a difference and help those battling cancer at Norton Cancer Institute.

There are four distances you can choose: 35, 65 or 100 miles, or riders can ride in the new Family Ride presented by Bluegrass Family Health.

The Family Ride is a distance of 5 miles. Not a bike rider? You can always volunteer. Whatever you do, you are helping those battling cancer.

Last year's Bike to Beat Cancer raised over $335,000 to support the Norton Cancer Institute.

Join the finishers at Kosair Children's Medical Center - Brownsboro for FREE Finish Line Children's Activities 11am-5pm.

Activities include a bounce house, face painting, carnival games, bubble truck and FREE food.

CLICK HERE for more information.

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