Welcome to My Personal Page
My name is Kyle December, and I’m riding for Hope in the 30th Annual Trek 100 bike ride on August 22nd. Please consider supporting my efforts as I ride to find a cure for childhood cancers and related blood disorders. The MACC Fund has contributed over $65 million to pediatric cancer research sine 1976 and has played an important role in raising the overall cure rate for childhood cancer from 20% to 80% in that time. Yet, even children in the 80% category can still relapse and have ‘late effect’ issues which requires additional research.
I heard a quote recently, and it was something like, "I ride because things are never more complicated afterwards."
Working at a bike company, you might think I have all sorts of riding pals. I don't. I find that riding my bike is a solitary pursuit that allows me to go deep into myself to think things through or to simply clear my mind for a little while. I ride alone (1,000+ solo miles since April), and largely for myself.
My plan this year is to ride 100+ miles somewhere in the world on that day. This will afford me plenty of time to clear my mind, but more importantly, I'll have a purpose larger than myself pushing me forward every mile, even when it gets hard.
Help me help these absolute warriors that were born going uphill with a headwind. With our help, they have a chance to reach the top of the climb for a long coast to the bottom of the hill. They deserve it.
Thank you for supporting my personal Trek 100 challenge!
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