Join us Sunday, June 19th for the Rollin to Colon bike ride at DC West High School, 401 Pine St, Valley, Nebraska. This Colon Cancer Awareness Ride to Colon, Nebraska, is held each Father’s Day.
Why we ride
Colorectal cancer is the 3rd most commonly diagnosed cancer and the 2nd leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. With regular screening, colorectal cancer can be detected early when treatment is most effective. If you are interested in receiving more information on this event, sponsorship or volunteering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are varying distance rides for you to choose from. The 53 mile ride is a loop route to Colon, NE, or choose from one of our other out and back scenic routes in the Platte River Valley. Click on the distances to see the route maps.
- 53 miles – A loop route to Colon, Nebraska. The route will take you counter-clockwise turning North on Hwy 77 towards Fremont, West to Cedar Bluffs, South to Colon and back around to Hwy 64.
- *New* 40 miles! You asked for it, we added it!
- 30 miles – 20 miles – 10 miles
- Kid’s Ride — A short ride around Valley, NE that takes you to the city park and back including a Bicycle Rodeo and a visit from the Valley Fire Department!
For more information about SAG stops, registration, fundraising and post-event activities, click on the colon cancer task force link.
Thank you for visiting my personal page. Colon Cancer Awareness is a cause is very dear to me, early detection can help to save lives. Together we can make a difference and encourage people to #getscreened! Thanks for your support! Come ride with me or make a donation to my personal fundraising campaign. – Lena