ABOUT CYCLE FOR SURVIVAL
Founders, Crush Cancer
Cycle for Survival held its first-ever event in New York City in 2007. The high-energy, indoor cycling event was created with the determination to beat rare cancers by powering groundbreaking research. Since then, Cycle for Survival has become a national movement with events hosted annually in more than 20 communities around the country.
The impact is real. Since inception, Cycle for Survival has raised over $200 million.
100% directly funds the development of new and better treatments for rare cancer.
Rosemary Wilson and Tony Nero, with the help of colleagues and friends, brought Cycle for Survival to Virginia Beach for the first time in May 2015 where more than 400 local participants joined the battle against rare cancers. The local event, now referred to as Crush Cancer, is the highest satellite fundraiser in the history of Cycle for Survival! View Rosemary's and Tony's stories below.