Our Fundraising Goal
Wheels of Justice Cycling Team rides to raise money for kids with cancer. We ride in the Annual Courage Classic, a 2-day ride through the Rocky Mountains hosted by Colorado Children’s Hospital. Founded 13 years ago, our team fields 250 cyclists from all walks of life each year.
We target to raise $425,000 each year for the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders at Colorado Children’s Hospital. Our money goes to fund primary pediatric oncologic research as well as mental health and wellness care for families and patients dealing with a diagnosis of cancer or blood disorders.
Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders treats patients from 13 states with over 300 new patients per year.
Nathan will not be the last child to face a life-threatening illness, and my family will not be the last to navigate a frightening cancer diagnosis. My 20th Courage Classic is both a personal challenge
On December 19, 2016 a week after his brain biopsy, Fynn was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor known as DIPG. This stands for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. Effectively a stage 4, incurable cancer with
Jared Carlos Lujan, the ultimate Google Eyed Warrior was truly courageous in the his battle with his cancer. His battle ended in victory on April 4, 2006 when went home to be in the presence of Our
Delaney soared on December 9, 2011. During her 3 1/2 year battle, the doctors, nurses, and staff at Children’s became part of our family. They loved and supported Delaney and did everything possible to cure
We are so lucky to have our sponsors join us in the fight against cancer! Sponsorship levels range from Platinum ($25,000), Gold ($10,000), Silver ($5,000), and Copper ($2,500). Sponsorship benefits range from dedicated Wheels of Justice Social Media Posts, Ads, Banners, Jerseys, and various other ways to ensure companies and organizations are recognized for their generous donation. Thank you for this year’s sponsors for continuing to provide resources for the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Colorado Children’s Hospital!