Wheels of Justice Cycling Team rides to raise money for kids with cancer. We ride in the Annual Courage Classic, this year a 2-day ride through the Rocky Mountains hosted by Children’s Hospital Colorado. Founded in 2005, our team fields 250 cyclists from all walks of life each year.
We target to raise at least $500,000 each year for the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital Colorado. 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.
As of 2023, we have raised over $6.1 Million!!
The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders treats patients from 13 states with over 300 new patients per year.
Trevor was the type of kid that could light a room with his smile. No matter what happened in his father David’s day, as soon as he got home, Trevor would change everything. He would run up to him with that ear-to-ear smile and all the bad in his day would disappear.
Trevor and his sister Maddy were incredibly close, the love those two shared was incomparable. They always leaned on each other and helped each other through their good and bad.
When people think about Trevor, we hope they will smile as he did, and laugh in remembering him. Trevor had the funniest fashion sense you could imagine, you would never be able to predict what he would come out of his room wearing. He had an exorbitant collection of ridiculous and weird socks and he absolutely loved wearing them. Read More
Cooper Deming was the kind of kid who caught the attention of parents, teachers and everyone he met. He had a sparkle in his eye, and his kind and unassuming demeanor instantly put others at ease. Cooper loved and excelled at sports of all kinds, especially baseball. He played it with incredible joy, passion and devotion and looked forward to the day he would wear the baseball uniform for the North High School Vikings. He loved the Colorado Rockies, the color purple, bacon cheeseburgers, camping and making s’mores. He hated fruit. And naps. And sitting still. He was soft-spoken and generous, and filled with joy. He loved life and really made the most of every day. He never slept later than 7am – he had too much to do. He was a dedicated friend, and a patient, protective and mischievous big brother to Calvin and Helen. Read More Here
We are so lucky to have our sponsors join us in the fight against cancer! Sponsorship levels range from Courage ($50,000), Summit ($25,000), Peak ($10,000), Elevation ($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 Children’s Hospital Colorado!