for one great cause
LOWVELO rallies everyone together for one great cause — raising money for innovative and lifesaving cancer research at the state’s only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center: MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in Charleston. LOWVELO connects a dedicated group of riders, volunteers, virtual participants, and staff members who are driven by compassion and a determination to end cancer.
Join the fun on November 5
LOWVELO brings communities and organizations together from throughout South Carolina and beyond on November 5, 2022. In the process, we’re creating amazing memories while forging lasting friendships and partnerships.
It’s also a celebration, as we honor and celebrate our cancer survivors while supporting our researchers to find the cures for tomorrow’s patients.
LOWVELO is for everyone
LOWVELO offers participants a choice of four cycling routes to experience beautiful Lowcountry landscapes while keeping everyone safe. You also have a virtual LOWVELO Home Team option for those who can’t join us in person or who may rather cycle, walk, or run on their own.
Regardless, we’ll give you inspiration along the way to train and create a healthier lifestyle — yet another way to fulfill our mission of cancer prevention and awareness.
100% dedicated to cancer research
When you participate in LOWVELO, you know where your money goes. All of your hard work and sweat equity goes directly to support lifesaving cancer research happening at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.
Join the cause
Registration is $50 and includes a LOWVELO22 T-shirt, cycling jersey, swag bag, admission to the ride after party on November 5 and awards ceremony in 2023. The registration fee counts towards your fundraising minimum.
Rain and wind didn’t stop our amazing riders from having a great time. Check out this recap video to see what LOWVELO21 was all about and get excited for this year!
Since LOWVELO first took hold in 2019, we’ve been amazed at how our community has come together to raise money for cancer research and make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. Events like this really do make a difference in the fight against a disease that touches so many.