LOWVELO's focus on lifesaving cancer research and bringing cycling to a larger audience made WestEdge CEO Michael Maher a big supporter from day one.
Robert Conley overcame the removal of multiple organs, including part of his stomach, to be ready to ride in LOWVELO 2021.
The Isle of Palms peloton is challenging other fire crews to form teams and join them in the fight against cancer.
Hear from our riders on why they're passionate about taking part in LOWVELO and supporting lifesaving cancer research.
LOWVELO is back on the road in 2021 and registration is now open for riders, virtual participants and volunteers.
Isle of Palms firefighters inspired to help generate cancer awareness and support their local community.
The College Cup is an opportunity for MUSC students, faculty and staff to show off their college’s dedication to funding lifesaving cancer research.
Siobhan Maize shares what got her hooked on triathlons (and ultra triathlons!) and how she trains for these demanding events.
From age 8 to 78, LOWVELO allows people of all ages to get inspired about raising money for lifesaving cancer research.
LOWVELO has launched a new virtual sharing board for participants to post their inspirations and accomplishments.
Cancer survivor and MUSC Hollings Cancer Center LOWVELO graduate fellow Timmy Samec has committed to riding 1,700 miles in LOWVELO this year.
Lucy Boyce, LOWVELO's farthest away participant, can be found navigating life in the wilds of Alaska.
LOWVELO returns as a virtual event for its second year with runners, walkers and cyclists logging miles to raise money for lifesaving cancer research.
LOWVELO rider Nan Robinson didn't take up cycling until later in life, but she quickly got hooked and lost 60 pounds in a year.