CBS4 is once again a proud partner of Bike MS, a fundraiser for the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the MS Society.
Saturday morning thousands of cyclists pedaled their way along the Front Range to raise money and awareness in the fight against Multiple Sclerosis.
This weekend’s Bike MS features 3,000 riders, plus one with four legs and plenty of fur.
Colorado has one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the country and CBS4 is once again partnering with the MS Society to promote next weekend’s “Bike MS.”
Approximately 3,000 cyclists rode 150 miles this weekend from Westminster to Fort Collins and back for this year’s Bike MS. The ride benefits Multiple Sclerosis research and helps raise awareness.
Bike MS kicked off in Westminster Saturday morning. Three thousand bicyclists hit the road for the two day event, which raises money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.
Thousands of cyclists will hit the road for the annual ‘Bike MS’ ride this weekend, June 25-26. It’s a ride to raise money for multiple sclerosis research and the MS Society.
Bike MS is June 25-26 in Colorado. The event that raises awareness and money for Multiple Sclerosis research and treatment has a special meaning for CBS4 anchor Karen Leigh.
ne of the teams riding in this year’s Bike MS is about to reach an amazing milestone. This year they will top the $1 million mark for fundraising.
Colorado has one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the country. The cause of MS is still a mystery, and part of that mystery surrounds the role of genetics.