Riders looking for extra donations can join team “Kids Just Want to Have Fun.” Team Captain Joe Curatolo has a
Cancer survivor and rider, Paul Page, recounts his battle with cancer and why he rides.
Ken Rogers has been a rider with The Ride For Roswell for many years. This year, however, The Ride will take on a different meaning for Ken as it will be his first year riding as a cancer survivor.
With less than a week left until Ride Weekend, it’s time to get your last-minute fundraising in! Here are some tips and tricks on how to reach your goal in time.
Blind from birth, South Buffalo native Richard Nenno will be riding the 44-mile Canada Route in The Ride For Roswell
When Leah, a leukemia survivor, saw The Ride depart from Roswell Park through her hospital room window last year, it gave her hope. Watch her inspiring story.
Ride founder Mitch Flynn and RFR vets Alan Kegler and Rob Wright witnessed a barrel go over Niagara Falls on June 18, 1995 – and revisited the scene exactly 20 years later. Mitch wrote about the original experience in...
Team tents serve as a central gathering place on Ride Day. Complete the 2017 Team Tent Order Form or the
First time rider Ted Washburn shares his fundraising experience and how the funds raised by The Ride affect his family.
Our new “Riding to the Falls/Riding For Roswell” jersey is on sale now through June 12. With Niagara Falls colorfully