WildRide Against Cancer
The 11th Annual WildRide Against Cancer will be held on Saturday, May 17, 2014
Join us for the 11th annual WildRide Against Cancer on Saturday, May 17, 2014 and support programs and services that benefit cancer patients and their families!
Cyclists may register to ride 16, 40, or 64 miles through Richardson, Plano, Murphy, Wylie, and Garland and across the dam at Lake Lavon.
Online registration for the WildRide is available at BikeReg.com. Your WildRide registration fee helps pay for programs offered at the Methodist Richardson Cancer Center, including:
- Artist-In-Residence Program – provides patients with two hours of time with artists experienced in art therapy, as they are receiving chemotherapy. Studies show that patient anxiety decreases if they are participating in a creative activity during treatment.
- STAR (Survivorship Training and Rehabilitation) Program – provides one hour of cancer survivorship care through the STAR Program. Trained staff work with cancer survivors to help reduce pain and fatigue allowing patients to regain movement and strengthen mind and body.
Proceeds from the WildRide also support new equipment and technology so that North Texas cancer patients can receive quality, compassionate cancer treatment close to home.
We hope you will be WILD about supporting our Cancer Center and ride with us on May 17, 2014!
2801 Telecom Parkway
Richardson, Texas 75082
Click above to download a PDF of the WildRide route map.
2014 WildRide Against Cancer Committee
- Brad Cope, Chair
- Jim Middlebrook, Co-chair
The Methodist Richardson Medical Center Foundation is so appreciative of the support of the Wildflower Arts & Music Festival and the City of Richardson to the WildRide Against Cancer!