Chasing down cancer
They rode in honor of family members whose lives cancer has claimed.
They rode to fight back against a disease that upended their lives.
They rode for the doctors and scientists who combat cancer on the front lines.
More than 1,000 cyclists took part in the first-ever Chainbreaker ride for hundreds of reasons.
All proceeds from the biking and entertainment experience, held August 11–13, support collaborative, lifesaving cancer research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota—one of only 49 National Cancer Institute–designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country.