Being for-profit doesn’t mean you can’t be for-philanthropy. That’s why the 2014 Good Run supports Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center’s new cancer and heart institute.
What Our Riders Say
“As a cancer survivor and rider I know first hand the power of community. It is the caring that connects us all and gives us the strength to be more. Programs like The Good Ride connect us in community and that is love.”Bruce McIntyre, Retired
“My husband and I signed up a few weeks ago for The Good Ride and are so happy to be part of this ride. I just wanted to let you know I think you guys are doing a GREAT job.”Patti Moliver, PM Design
“The Good Ride is an opportunity to use my passion for cycling for a greater purpose, helping give hope to cancer survivors. My dad is currently undergoing chemotherapy for his leukemia. Together, we will pedal past the chemo and fight the good fight.”Kelly Fillnow, Fillnow Coaching
“I found the most beautiful moments were when we would cheer for each rider as they crossed the finish line. Seeing their smiles and celebrating their achievement makes us a better community.”Kerry Humphrey, Recruiting Manager
“No matter what your cycling skill level is, please consider coming out to help us fight the good fight!”Théoden Janes, Journalist
“Charitable support is woven into the very fabric of our company values. It is with this in mind that we are pleased to announce a partnership with The Good Ride.”Nathan Preston, Hendrick Lexus