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Fred Hutch Obliteride is a community event that unites people of all ages, abilities, and fitness levels to have fun, honor loved ones, and raise critical funding for cancer research. We’re a movement to obliterate cancer by fueling lifesaving research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. For 2021, participants can once again pick any activity, connect, and have fun from a safe distance.

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Jim Birrell, Obliteride Director

Obliteride media coverage

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Pedaling for a purpose: Group of friends takes 800-mile bike ride for a good cause

A group of friends put on their helmets and headed out on a more than 800-mile bike ride for a special cause.

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Fred Hutch

Obliteride 2021 gears up for second virtual season

Obliteride, Fred Hutch's annual fundraiser and community event, will be a virtual experience again for 2021 — uniting participants worldwide of all ages and abilities to support cancer research.

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Press Release

Fred Hutch Obliteride raises more than $3 million in 2020

Fundraising exceeds organizers’ expectations in unprecedented pandemic era.

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King 5 News

'Obliteride' seeing record turnout despite going virtual amid pandemic

Participants around the world are raising money for cancer and COVID-19 research through Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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Selected photos and media fact sheet

View and download photos approved for articles and media, or download our one-page overview of Obliteride and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

An illustration of a man on a bicycle wearing an Obliteride jersey.

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Discover how Obliteride is helping Fred Hutch cure cancer faster.