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In 5 days I will instruct the 4th hour of Tour De Pier for our 10th annual ride. Little did I know when I said yes to teaching this 10 years ago that I would gain a family by doing so. I’ve met some of the most inspiring people through this event. From the organizers to all of the riders, I have nothing but love and appreciation. The organizers all separately lost someone very dear to them to cancer and came together 10 years ago with an incredible fundraising idea. A larger than life spin class on the Manhattan Beach Pier. They all wanted to do everything they could to honor their loved ones by making other peoples' lives better by helping to find a cure, and also to support those going through cancer diagnosis and treatment. The support they've given for research and treatment has been invaluable. Would love your support for our 10th year. The is no amount too small! It takes a village to go after this devastating disease.
This event has become one of the most important days of the year for me. It’s a day to celebrate hope, love, compassion and a real chance to do something about a disease that affects way too many of us. Yes, I said us. If you get this far reading this, please do not go on facebook and comment publicly. I have kept this between very close friends and family as I have a son graduating high school this year and want our year to be about him, not a crappy diagnosis. Quick story... I was diagnosed with breast cancer in September and underwent surgery and radiation recently. I feel great, am doing fine and will be followed closely for the rest of my life (I plan top live past 100, so a 50+ years or so). I did find the lump in my breast myself three months after a mammogram and ultrasound missed it. Check your breasts ladies!
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