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The Gains of Grassroot Fundraising Events

Ever since his first encounter with 24 Hours of Booty Charlotte in 2009, Ben Parrish has had nothing but a continually great experience each year. As a student at Queens University during that year, he was familiar with the ride and was convinced that he should sign-up to ride. Four years later, he is still […]

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Team Hotel Yorba Captain 10-year Survivor, Amputee Pedals to Put Cancer in its Place

24 Hours of Booty of Atlanta is not your typical bicycle ride. People can ride a bicycle, tricycle, or unicycle as much or little as they want, whether that is one hour or 24 hours, one mile or 100 miles. Riders do not compete for time, placement, or ranking. They are a community united by […]

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Win a Klipsch Portable Wireless Music System

ATLANTA RIDERS, our friends at Klipsch are really excited about 24 Hours of Booty.  We’re talking really, really excited. So excited that they want to celebrate by giving away a Klipsch KMC 1 Portable Wireless Music System to one lucky rider!  (Did I mention that it comes in 24 Hours of Booty orange?) There are two ways […]

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Strength in Numbers: Team Booty Tribe Wins ‘Rookie of the Year’

24 Hours of Booty is best defined by the word “community.” Community is what brings more than 500 people each year to Columbia, Md. to pedal to put cancer in its place. While the name “24 Hours of Booty” is an attention grabber on its own, word of mouth extends farther to bring a variety […]

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Volunteer Registration Now Open for 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta

Volunteer registration is now open for the Fifth Annual 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta. This year’s charity cycling event is scheduled to roll through Sandy Springs’ Mount Vernon Woods neighborhood from 2 p.m., Saturday, October 4 to 2 p.m., Sunday, October 5 when participants will be riding and raising funds for the Aflac Cancer Center of Children’s Healthcare […]

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2014 Atlanta Falcons Contest

Atlanta Riders & Friends –  Football season is underway and it pays to follow the Atlanta Falcons this year! For every Falcons win between now and the event on October 4-5th 24 Hours of Booty will offer BOGO registration! Plus, if the Falcons do lose – YOU STILL WIN. For every loss, we will offer $10 […]

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More Than Just Athleticism: Triathlete Rides to Honor Loved Ones

Athleticism is not a defining factor when it comes to participating in 24 Hours of Booty. Each event is open to riders of all levels. 24 Hours of Booty attracts riders who are just hopping back on a bike after years and others such as Hannah Glassman, who are well accustomed to riding. As a […]

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Feeling Fortunate: Jeff Cohen’s Lifesaving Bone Marrow Transplant

At the ripe age of 29, Charlotte rider Jeff Cohen was enjoying life with his friends vacationing in Costa Rica, not letting a few swollen glands stop him from extending his beach stay. After returning from vacation, Jeff spoke with his father, who was a physician, about his swollen glands and he suggested that Jeff […]

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Jessica Tanner’s Triumph Over Cancer

As a breast cancer survivor, Jessica Tanner has been finding ways to find support and participate with organizations that give back to cancer research and programs. Jessica first got involved with cycling through the Ulman Cancer Fund’s first Key to Keys ride in Florida. “Key to Keys brought me back from my cancer, it gave me confidence […]

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LIVESTRONG Leader Aims to Improve Life of Cancer Patients

Rafael Matos recently completed his Doctorate in Psychology, during which time he studied social and behavioral elements that affect the guilt felt by someone after surviving a traumatic event. In his self-imposed post-doctoral studies he hopes to find a parallel to soldiers demonstrating symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after coming back from war and […]

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