Obliteride: Biking to benefit cancer research

Obliteride: Biking to benefit cancer research

SEATTLE - Bike riders from across the Pacific Northwest on August 9, will have the opportunity to fulfill their training and fundraising goals at the annual Obliteride bike ride benefiting the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Fred Hutch President, Dr. Gilliland, and Executive Director of Obliteride, Amy Lavin talk about this year's Obliteride event.

Obliteride is one weekend where bikers of all skill-levels and abilities have the opportunity to bike anywhere from 10-150 miles all to help make a difference. Each rider has committed to a distance, registration fee and a fundraising goal.

Through this fundraising to date these bikers have raised an impressive $4.1 million with 100 percent of the proceeds going toward lifesaving cancer research at Fred Hutch.

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