Pedal with Polumbus to Beat Ovarian Cancer
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In honor and memory of his mother, Nancy, and a goal to BEAT ovarian cancer, Tyler Polumbus, former Denver Bronco and co-host of “The Drive” on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan, rode 100 miles around Empower Mile High Stadium in September 2020 raising funds for the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA).
RIDE WITH TYLER POLUMBUS ON SEPTEMBER 25th TO BEAT OVARIAN CANCER – $250 DONATION!!! When making the $250 donation, type in comment box RIDER. We have a limited amount of room to add cyclists to ride in Tyler’s Pedal with Polumbus on September 25, 2021! Kick off will be at 8:00 a.m. at UC Health Training Center, 13655 E Broncos Pkwy, Englewood. All cyclists that donate $250 to ride will receive: Pedal with Polumbus jersey, courtesy of Primal Wear; photo of you and Tyler on ride day; swag bag; and race bib. The ride will start at the UCHealth Training Center and consist of a beautiful 48 mile south metro ride starting at Dove Valley and heading along the E-470 and C-470 bike paths with great mountain views as you make your way into Chatfield Reservoir with a short loop up and along the dam before you make your way back to Dove Valley. Click here for the route. Riders will be staggered in groups of 10. Your generous donation will go toward the goal to BEAT ovarian cancer! Again, if you want to ride in Pedal with Polumbus, please make sure when making your $250 donation to enter RIDE in the comment box.
If you’re not a cyclist, but would still like to donate to BEAT ovarian cancer you can do so by clicking here. Those that donate $100 or more will also receive a Limited Edition Pedal with Polumbus t-shirt while supplies last, courtesy of Denver Athletic. By making a donation, you can join Tyler in helping women in our local communities on their journey through ovarian cancer by supporting programs o the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance.
Why we ride! The reason we ride … to bring awareness to ovarian cancer. Tyler’s mother, Nancy, passed away in April of 2020 after a six year battle with stage four Ovarian Cancer. Tyler has made it his mission to see that others don’t suffer like she did. Ovarian cancer is deadly and many women don’t know they have it until it’s advanced and difficult to treat. Tyler’s mother wasn’t any different. She had no idea until her stomach became bloated and she gained about 15 pounds in a very short period. After watching his mother’s battle with ovarian cancer, Tyler wanted to make a difference and bring awareness to this cause so that others will not lose their mothers, wives, sisters or daughters.
About the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance: The mission of the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA) is to provide support to those affected by ovarian cancer, and to promote awareness and early detection of ovarian cancer through advocacy and education. There is NO TEST for ovarian cancer, so symptom recognition and risk factor knowledge is key to an early diagnosis.
Special thanks to COCA and our “Pedal with Polumbus” sponsors:
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