This FUN and FREE event at Old Town Bicycle
(Tacoma) is centered around female riders with an agenda that will help you ride safer, be faster, and have more fun while on your bike. It does not matter if you are an experienced cyclist, a new rider, or somewhere in between; we will have something for everyone.
Team jerseys are a great way to rally support, build cammeraderie and provide a distinctive look for your team. Even better, we encourage our teams to add a little Obliteride orange to their jersey. How?
Join us for a lantern lighting ceremony to kick-off Cancer Research Month, which starts May 1. This is an opportunity for our community to honor survivors, loved ones lost and those fighting cancer today.
Stage 4 cancer can't stop Morrie Shepherd from training for Obliteride. He’s been traveling to some interesting places recently – from Panama to Costa Rica to Arizona making sure he enjoys every day and lives life to its fullest. Part of that includes raising money for Obliteride to support lifesaving research at Fred Hutch. He comes back to Seattle for treatment, and he checks in with us frequently. He’s a huge fan of Obliteride, and we’re a huge fan of his.
We recently hosted an “Obliteride 101” forum for first-time participants and those thinking about joining Obliteride. We know this is the first time many people have ever done a ride like this, and they have many questions. The goals of the open forum were to introduce our team, demystify Obliteride and answer specific questions.
That’s right, it’s back, the Value Village voucher program.
is challenging other companies to do everything they can to impact the fight by posing a corporate challenge for Obliteride.
Last month we asked you to update your fundraising page with a great photo and personal message about why are you doing Obliteride.
This month, it’s all about “THE ASK.”
Straight from our inaugural participants, these are the words that best capture what Obliteride is all about...
Seattle and surrounding areas are going orange in April to show their commitment to help Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
obliterate cancer. Tonight, the Pacific Science Center arches, The Great Wheel, Zymogenetics, PEMCO Insurance, REI climbing rock and Union Square are just a few of the structures turning Obliteride orange.