Missing Link Chain Gang

Linking to solutions...

  
This site has primarily been about the bikeMS event, though there are also many other efforts being made for finding missing links to cures and for promoting awarenesses.
     Thanks are due to Jen for her work with the National Brain Tumor Society and for putting together the Cyclepaths Team for the Boston Brain Tumor Rides.
     Please visit our " Other Causes" page for more information.

 

Featured in article...


 
 In 2016 we were featured in an article written by the MS Society that was published in the Carlisle Sentinel (and on Cumberlink.com). By using our story for our team, and for our support group, this was written for the purpose of highlighting what it is that the MS Society does. We are honored to have been given this chance to tell our story.
   

Earlier Rides...

PAST YEARS

Year eight and five for five - 2016

New place and two for five - 2015

Miles almost a thousand - 2014

Again with ten - 2013

Then with ten - 2012

This time with four - 2011

What a storm - 2010

Our first ride - 2009

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2017 year nine for the ride...


 
The two-day ride (Oct. 14, 15) is complete; we had
challenging, safe, and great outings.
Your support is welcomed and we thank you.
http://main.nationalmssociety.org/goto/missinglink2017

Also for 2017, this was NEW


Also for 2017, we tried something new as a team of "walkers" for the May 7 walkMS event at Gring's Mill Recreation Area in Reading, PA. This was a great six mile trek (with some rain) along the Union Canal Towpath Trail. Also, being a walk, we were able to expand on our family (literally speaking) of "Missing Link" teammates.
 


THANKS to our donors and supporters... 
http://main.nationalmssociety.org/goto/missinglinkwalk2017

bikeMS and the Reason for the Ride...

     We really could use your help. These rides are for supporting the National MS Society's efforts at providing funds for research and expanding awareness for those struggling with this debilitating disease. For many of us, this is a very personal cause. Sure the rides are fun. Sure it's good to get some fresh air and exercise - and even enjoy the heat. For me, this is not a luxury that I can take for granted. For me, a brief ride on a bike can be as challenging as a short walk to the mailbox and back for someone with MS. For others with MS, the struggle may be with vision; with cognitive abilities; with depression; with... well the list goes on and on. It just hits people in different ways. This is why we ride. If interested in being a part of this team, please let us know.  

Sponsors...

We would be lost without you, and without your encouragement and support.
We have been humbled by the generosity that has been offered towards this cause. Your contributions underscore what these rides are all about.
Truly we say THANKS

  
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