Thank you for visiting our Trane Technologies 2024 Ride for Roswell team page!
We are so excited to be riding together to end cancer.
Last year team Trane Technologies represented by Gordon Wood, Patrick Leach and Helga Ivanova raised $1200 and rode a total of 450 miles in the month of June 2023. Can we keep the tradition, raise more money each year, and ride more miles?
Join our team and help us reach our goal or donate to our efforts! No matter how you choose to support us, YOU are making a difference.
There are two ways to ride : Start at the University at Buffalo on Saturday, June 22, or "Ride Your Own Way" option and get creative with your own route.
1. Join us at the University at Buffalo’s North Campus on Saturday, June 22, and ride one of nine routes ranging from 4 to 100 miles and multiple start times.
2. Ride Your Own Way you are in control of your Ride experience. Pick a route, a date and a location that works best for you and enjoy the ride. It can be any day, length of time or distance, on a stationary bike or on the road – it doesn’t matter! All that matters is that you ride for cancer patients. If you’re riding your own way this summer, don’t forget to submit your mileage!
Why we do it?
Ride for Roswell is one of the nation’s largest charities cycling events that brings a community of people together to celebrate cancer survivors, pay tribute to those we’ve lost and share in the passion that connects us all: finding cures for cancer.
You are part of something incredible when you support Ride for Roswell: you are shaping the future of cancer care. At Roswell Park, researchers and clinicians are working together to bring the newest, most innovative treatments and technologies to patients. They’re bringing to life cancer-fighting approaches we could only dream of about 10 years ago. Donor support is fueling incredible, groundbreaking changes to the cancer landscape.
The Ride community is making a huge impact when it comes to raising funds for cancer research, new clinical trials and quality-of-life programs. Here’s a look at what your efforts make possible: