Video Gallery 2016
The Ride For Roswell 2016: Recap
Thanks to the support of 10,000 riders and volunteers and countless other community supporters, The Ride For Roswell 2016 was another huge success! The $4.5 million raised will bring Roswell Park a significant step closer to finding cancer cures and saving lives. To learn more or to donate, visit RideForRoswell.org.
Why We Ride
The Ride For Roswell is a powerful and unforgettable event that means so much to so many. Riders, volunteers, sponsors, Roswell Park employees and community supporters were invited to share the reasons why they ride and why the event is so meaningful to them. These are their stories.
Importance of The Ride
In 2016, we invited members of the Ride community to share their reasons why The Ride is so important to them personally and to our community.
In 2016, we invited members of the Ride community to share their messages of thanks to everyone who contributes to The Ride’s success.
We’re In This Together
In 2016, we invited members of the Ride community to share an inspirational message with cancer patients and survivors.
The Ride For Roswell is an annual celebration of community support for Roswell Park! Each year, more than 8,000 riders and 2,000 volunteers come together to raise funds for cutting-edge research studies and compassionate, innovative patient-care programs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Young rider AJ Walczak tells the story of why he rides and and raises funds to support the cutting-edge research studies and compassionate, innovative patient-care programs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
CimaVax Lung Cancer Vaccine
By participating in The Ride For Roswell, you will fuel the pace of this exciting initiative and help Roswell Park bring the CimaVax vaccine to lung cancer patients as quickly as possible. Roswell Park’s President & CEO, Dr. Candace Johnson, explains how.
Hank was only 8 years old when he was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. You can help cancer patients and families like Hank’s when you Ride For Roswell.
Late last year, Emmett Jakubowski was a normal 10-year-old boy – playing hockey, going to school and looking forward to the upcoming holiday season. But on November 23, 2015, Emmett’s world was turned upside down when a blood test revealed something that he and his family never expected to hear: Emmett had cancer.