About I Kicked Cancer’s Butt.org
One week each year, cancer survivor Jeff Warren rides his bike 667-miles from Reno, Nevada, where he was raised, to the front door of the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) in Salt Lake City.
His vision: To find better tolerated, less toxic treatments for cancer and, ultimately, cures for the more than 150 types of this damnable disease.
His goal: Raising money for cancer research at HCI. To quote Jeff: "It's all about the Benjamin's, baby!"
His passion: Kicking cancer's butt!
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Delta to HCI, the Huntsman-140 That’s 8 times in the books. The road is the same but the ride is not. Different weather, different events on the road, some new and some old friends to ride with. What was once … Continue reading
Some Where NE of Connor Pass to Delta The diagnosis of cancer sets ordinary people with ordinary lives on extraordinary paths. Life must take on new meaning, priorities must change, and a new focus comes into view. I’m now more … Continue reading
Eureka to Some Where NE of Connor Pass For most, the site of the turbine wind farm in the valley east of Connor Pass was as welcome as the 10-11 mile free wheeling descent off Connor Pass. This is the … Continue reading
Cold Springs to Eureka Judy and I stayed in a little bungalow at Cold Springs and saved the hour drive back to Fallon. It was OK, once we figured out how to get the air conditioner going and the room … Continue reading
Ride from Reno 2015 Day 1 The Huntsman Bear has come out of hibernation to ride to the HCI another year. Except for a little sun and warm temps in the afternoon it was a good day on the bike. … Continue reading
It’s about time to get down to the serious business of riding from Reno to the Huntsman. To get a head start on the crew I did a ride up Ebbitts Pass and the Pacific Grade Summit. The latter is … Continue reading
Picking up the energy! Yes, when you are joined in by hundreds of rides there is a lot of ‘free’ energy in the air. Thursday we road a 110 miles and everyone was very tired. Today at 110 miles I … Continue reading