Virtual Biking & Tiki Party To Raise Funds/Awareness For Multiple Sclerosis


Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable diseases of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Bike MS is the fundraising cycling series of the National MS Society and raises more money than any other cycling event for any other cause. To date, Bike MS cyclists, volunteers, and donors have raised more than $1.3 billion to stop MS in its tracks, restore what's been lost, and end MS forever. Each year, nearly 75,000 cyclists and more than 6,000 teams ride together to change the world for people with MS.

MANY ROUTES. ONE DESTINATION. A WORLD FREE OF MS.

While we can’t safely come together in-person right now for the individual Bike MS events we know and love, cyclists across the country will unite in a whole new way. Go virtual with cyclists around the country during Bike MS: Inside Out and ride indoors using Zwift or outdoors using Strava.

With world class support, easy to use fundraising tools and the thrill of knowing you’re riding to make a difference, you’re in for more than the ride of a lifetime — no matter how you choose to Bike MS.

Register, fundraise, or donate now at the link below!

https://mssociety.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=503

The annual Tiki Night Hawaiin themed fundraiser goes VIRTUAL this year - Saturday, September 19h from 6pm-10pm. Find more details here:

http://www.tikinightla.com/

Aired August 23, 2020. On the show, Lisa Foxx spoke to Elizabeth DiGeronimo with Bike MS all about their mission and the importance of these fundraisers to help those suffering with all types of MS. We also heard from MYfm's Jillian Escoto, who was diagnosed with MS over 10 years ago, and what's its like to live with the disease. We also hear how fundraising via the MS Walk, Bike MS and other events like Jonathan Clough's Hawaiian themed 'Tiki Night,' even though those events are virtual this year, are all imperative to help continue funding much needed research and programs that help those living with MS. Thank you for supporting and helping!