We all ride for different reasons, but we share a common goal: a burning desire to #endMSforever.
In her inaugural year at Bike MS, Clarisa was not only motivated to raise funds to help find a cure for herself—but to ensure a safe, MS-free future for her kids. I know that’s a mission we can all get behind and hope you’ll read and share her wonderful story.
All this and more in this week’s Pedal News:
- Clarisa’s Story: “It Felt Like Such Unity and Such a Force”
- Have you shared your own Bike MS story?
- Fundraising Tip: Have you tried the free Facebook app?
BIKE MS RIDER STORIES: “It felt like SUCH UNITY and such a force”
What would you do if your toes went numb, the numbness spread to your waist, and your vision “was like trying to look through silty water”?
HAVE YOU SHARED YOUR OWN BIKE MS STORY?
Whether you rode 18 or 150 miles, played a behind-the-scenes role, or cheered cyclists across the finish line, your friends and family want to hear your story.They’re eager to support you and our joint mission to crush MS.
To get rolling, check out these wonderful storytelling tips, reply to this email, or give me a call anytime.
DOUG THE PUG’S FUNDRAISING TIP OF THE WEEK: HAVE YOU TRIED FUNDRAISING WITH THE FREE FACEBOOK APP?
Ruff! This cool app installs in just a few seconds on your Facebook page. It empowers your entire Facebook network to donate directly to you. Fundraising has never been quicker or easier.
PS. Are you close to raising $1,000? If so, you’ll get a Top Fundraiser jersey, an invitation to the League of Awesome event, and a bright yellow bib that proudly displays your fundraising rank for next year’s ride. See what other goodies you and your team can earn.
Bike MS Manager
BIKE MS WILLAMETTE VALLEY 2017
Friday, August 4 – Sunday, August 6
Western Oregon University