Amy’s Army of Cancer Warriors does more than raise funds for cancer research. We also provide support for cancer patients and survivors. Join our cancer survivor group, Life in Fitness—LIFT, for a walk to show your solidarity with those who have fought or are fighting cancer.
Starting at the top of Libby Hill, our group will walk for a little less than two miles on sidewalks on relatively flat ground. There is no cost to walk with us, but in order to gauge our crowds, please pre-register. https://www.bikereg.com/climb-to-conquer
After the walk, please join us in the VIP area, where we will have beer, wine and cocktails available. Your VIP admission also includes a lunch coupon and a goody bag. Plus, we’ll have a live band playing while we watch the riders return and climb Libby Hill. VIP spectator tickets are a bargain at only $30, but cancer survivors and cancer patients are welcome to use the code “LIFT” to get 50% off, so it’s only $15. https://www.bikereg.com/climb-to-conquer
Amy’s Army of Cancer Warriors will be selling merchandise at the event, and you can pre-order merchandise. Also, Amy has made some jewelry and has something special for all cancer patients and survivors. When you register, select “Free Jewelry from Amy for Cancer Survivors.” This is good for $10 off any item of jewelry (and most are only $10) for you as a cancer patient or survivor.
Plan to stay to watch the awards ceremony, which will take place around 1:30. Like the Tour de France, we have “podium girls” who give the winning riders red polka dot jerseys (given to the King of the Mountain/Queen of the Mountain) and red flowers. But our podium girls are children undergoing cancer treatment.
You also have the option to fundraise as part of your walk journey. When you sign up to walk, you’ll see this option. Just a few dollars from your friends, family and co-workers can make the difference in so many lives.
However you decide to participate in our event, know that 100% of the proceeds will be donated to VCU Massey Cancer Center, which is conducting amazing life-saving cancer research right here in RVA.