Registration is open! Ride with us in LOWVELO24 on November 2!


Volunteers keep the wheels turning to ensure a successful LOWVELO

volunteers at finish line

Volunteer registration for LOWVELO24 is open. It takes between 300 and 500 volunteers for LOWVELO to roll smoothly. There are several opportunities to help out on ride day or with the preparations and events leading up to it. Volunteer MiShell Prati Cleveland shares her experience and why she loves participating.

Rider-raised dollars fund innovative hereditary cancer research

woman smiles for camera

With 100% of all rider-raised funds benefiting cancer research, LOWVELO supports a wide variety of research projects as well as fellowships and scholarships to help train the next generation of cancer researchers. In 2022, Hollings Cancer Center researcher Caitlin Allen, Ph.D. was awarded $25,000 from LOWVELO for her project.

A therapeutic experience: LOWVELO helps rider channel loss into positivity

Man pointing to his dads name on the Why I ride wall

It’s the call no one wants to receive. The one where you learn someone you love has cancer. And that news can be even more difficult to take when you live 700 miles away them. For Michael Naioti, that call came in December of 2018 when he learned his dad, John Naioti had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

Record ride: LOWVELO participants raise $650k for cancer research

It was one for the record books. LOWELO23 had more riders, volunteers and dollars raised than any ride in its five-year history. Participants – all 1,334 of them – combined to smash the fundraising record, collecting more than $650,000 for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.

LOWVELO24 Registration kicks off March 1

Riders getting ready for Lowvelo

Air up those tires and test your brakes, because LOWVELO is kicking off earlier than ever this year! The 6th annual LOWVELO, a bike ride that raises money for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, will open for registration on Friday, March 1 at

Fundraising past the finish line

family smiling on beach

Amanda Oberhaus was unable to attend LOWVELO23 on ride day, Nov. 5, but that isn’t stopping her from fundraising for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center. While many of us are slowing down to take it easy through the rest of the year, Oberhaus is gearing up to lead her own donation-based fitness event.

LOWVELO23: One for the books

cyclists finish Lowvelo

This year’s LOWVELO, which raises funds for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, was the most successful in the event’s five-year history with more riders, teams, volunteers, sponsors and community involvement than any other year. More than 1,250 riders took part in the event and that number is still rising.

Tanked up for cure: Senior pup helps raise funds for LOWVELO

There are so many unique ways to fundraise for LOWVELO but for Kathy Lubin and her family, their senior pup, Tank, just seemed like the obvious choice. Lubin describes Tank as calm and loving with everyone he meets. And he’s met a lot of people this year.