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Every year, Cure Chasers crisscross the US to raise funds in the fight against acute and chronic diseases. Riding for Leaukemia and Lymphoma Society in Lake Tahoe; LaCrosse Wisconsin for JDRF; Indianapolis for the 24 Foundation, the American Diabetes Association and Bike MS; as well as many other rides here in the Midwest. Some even made the daring trip to take on Mount Mitchell in North Carolina, where everything you know about yourself and riding a bike are challenged to the core.

Almost every weekend starting in late March through October, Cure Chasers take to the streets of central Indiana to train, fund raise and create awareness for our cause.

At Cure Chasers, our mission is - through cycling - to promote the power of health and fitness and support non-profit organizations who are working on cures and treatments for acute and chronic diseases.

This year we will RIDE for our health and to create awareness. We will FIGHT for those battling various diseases and cancer. We will work for a CURE by raising funds and providing financial support to organizations who care for patients and their families and for those who are working on critical research for these conditions.

Scotty's Column

  • 14 Jan 2019 9:07 AM | Scott Chapman

    A new year, a time to set some new cycling goals.

    Personally I plan to ride RAIN again this summer with rest of team, but also looking forward to riding across another state, last year was Michigan (ODRAM) and part of Ohio (TOSRV).

    This year I'm looking at Illinois.  Check out RAIL south in June.  Bus from Vincennes to St.Louis then ride back to Indiana next day.  Let me know if you want to join me.

    Plan to redo the Kentucky Century Challenge.   Here are the rides this year, Most are pretty hilly around 5K of elevation but the scenery is worth it.  Last two rides are fairly new to challenge.  You can do all individually, or can sign up for challenge where if you complete the 4 centuries you get a free kit (or at least a jersey).  When I did in 2017 there were 5 rides, complete 4 for jersey, 5 for bibs.  Have metric option jersey awards too.

    April 13th is Redbud ride in London.  Be my 3rd time.  I plan to ride Friday-Sunday.

    May 25th in Horsey 100 in Georgetown.  Be my 5th time. This is Memorial Day weekend.  I plan to ride Friday-Sunday.

    August 3rd is Bourbon & Bluegrass Ride in Owensboro.  Be my 2nd, 1/2 elevation of the others but starts/ends at bourbon distillery so it's worth the visit.  When rode in 2017 it was only 1 day.

    September 7th is Limestone Tour in Maysville.  Be my 2nd time.  I  plan to ride Friday-Sunday.  Ride fairly new, only 8 of us rode Friday, and I skipped Sunday but Saturday was couple 100 riders.

    Coach Scott

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