History

Logging thousands of miles in the fight against cancer

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2017

Yeeehaw! We’ve got another record team donation! Bikes Fight Cancer has delivered a whopping $90,151 to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through the 2018 Pan-Mass Challenge. Read More

2016

$86,519.65. Eighty-six thousand, five hundred nineteen dollars… and sixty-five cents. This single year donation from our team to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is our largest … Read More

2015

We knew heading into the 2015 PMC that it was going to be a big year. It was our 10th anniversary and we picked up three … Read More

2014

Epic. That’s really the one word that best describes everything associated with our 2014 Pan-Mass Challenge experience. It’s been epic in terms of fundraising; we’ve … Read More

2013

Ahhhhh! What a perfect weekend to cap off a long (and somewhat difficult) fundraising season! The 192-mile ride gave us plenty of time to think … Read More

2012

Holy smokes! Our biggest team yet! We’ve got eight dudes stacked up on our newly renamed Bikes Fight Cancer team this year! Welcome new comers: … Read More

2011

No rookies this year – only experienced fundraisers and riders on our team! Our only newcomer, the great and powerful Ron Nadeau, rode with us … Read More

2010

What a great year!! We picked up a ROOKIE by the name of Ryan O’Connor and our tag-along from 2009, Bob Zemba, joined as a … Read More

2009

AH-MAY-ZING. It’s old news by now to report that the PMC – both the actual weekend ride and the months of fundraising beforehand – are … Read More

2008

The PMC may be a weekend event, but the contributions and support run nearly year-round and 2008 has been incredible! We are very proud to … Read More

2007

Thank you all again for a fantastic fundraising campaign! Together we have raised $14,485 for the Jimmy Fund! That beats last year’s total by more … Read More

2006

We cannot possibly thank you enough for helping our team raise over $11,000 for our first Pan-Mass Challenge. It was certainly one of the most … Read More