It’s not your average LOWVELO bike ride team. There are no bicycle shorts. There are no helmets. There are not even any road bikes. The average age? Somewhere between 80 and 90 years old – proof that wellness can be found at any stage of life.
Join us as we light up MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in blue for LOWVELO23! Glow Blue Week includes special events, free registration for our Nov. 4 ride and fun giveaways all week long. We hope to see you there!
It was never a question. Jessica Baxter was going to college. It was something her mother always pushed for her children. Baxter was already doing a good job of securing the funds to get her education – but she got a boost when she was awarded a LOWVELO Scholarship.
After months of searching for the perfect person to join LOWVELO as our new event manager, we are so excited to finally welcome Chris Winn to our team! He is passionate about growing the Charleston cycling community, encouraging a healthy lifestyle and fighting back against cancer.
Let’s face it – this time of year in Charleston is downright hot. When you’re out training, it is important to take the proper precautions to keep yourself safe and to pay attention to the warning signs of heat exhaustion.
If you need another reason to ride in LOWVELO, how about the chance to experience the best city in the U.S.? For the eleventh straight year, Charleston has been voted the number one city in Travel + Leisure Magazine’s World’s Best Awards.
When she said “yes” to riding in LOWVELO21 with her best friend, who had just survived a cancer scare, Jaeger Parsons realized she had another personal reason for wanting to help fund lifesaving cancer research.
He made a promise to his niece. He was going to ride 100 miles in LOWVELO and nothing was going to keep Michael Mansson from fulfilling that promise.
LOWVELO returns for its fifth year, with all rider-raised dollars going to support cancer research at Hollings. Registration opens April 3!
Grief looks different for everyone. For Aron Kuch, cycling and raising funds for cancer research is what has gotten him through. That and talking about his wife, Heather.