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.
For most beginners to biking, the idea of riding 20 miles would seem daunting, or even impossible. But after beating stage 4 melanoma, Ashley Mahoney is an expert at overcoming challenges and laughing in the face of impossible.
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.
A positive attitude and a giving heart are the keys to beating breast cancer for Daniel Island woman
Thoughout her five year battle with cancer, it hasn’t always been easy for Joannah Sampson to remain positive, but it’s always been a priority.
It’s one of the worst moments many people experience – the death of a parent. And at just age 22, Valerie Salmon had lost both of hers.
New city, new school and a cancer diagnosis. MUSC student Bridget Horgan shows grit and determination in the face of a cancer battle.
Ja’Net Bishop participates in her first LOWVELO to help make an impact on cancer care for future Hollings patients.
Doug McCracken is used to giving back – he and his wife help rescue and find new homes for dogs in need. Now he’s preparing for his next task – participating in LOWVELO 2021 for the first time as a cancer survivor.
Despite losing her almost 10-year battle with cancer, Nancy Evans’ memory will be a big part of LOWVELO.
Robert Conley overcame the removal of multiple organs, including part of his stomach, to be ready to ride in LOWVELO 2021.