“I want to do amazing things and help those that need it!”
I ride to honor my son Cameron and to make a difference for kids like him!
We had fifteen fun filled, incredible years with our son Cameron before he lost his battle with AML Leukemia on September 2nd 2015. Cameron showed extraordinary strength, courage, and selflessness throughout his 7 month battle with blood cancer and experienced things that no person (especially a child) should ever have to endure. He underwent months of hospitalization, twice a day chemo treatments (3PM & 3 AM) and even a bone marrow transplant with a donation from his oldest brother Brandon. He set an incredible example, that I try and now live up to each and every day!
I cannot believe we are going on 4 years since we lost our precious boy to blood cancer. I am now dedicated to riding my bike in memory of our son and to focus my energy on making something positive happen as a result of our loss. In 2020, I am riding my bike in a one day, 100 mile ride for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and a 3 day, 300 mile bike ride for Make-A-Wish (July 24th-26th 2020).
I have also created a Cameron’s Crusaders team of wonderful people who have come together to ride their bikes and help me make an even bigger difference in the battle against blood cancer and to make wishes come true for some very deserving kids. Please consider joining my team and riding with us, or by donating to one of these very important causes!
Make A Wish
On September 2nd, 2015, our youngest son Cameron, lost his battle with blood cancer (AML Leukemia). Help me honor the memory of my son, pay back Make-A-Wish for his wish, and support my efforts to create life-changing experiences for kids like him.Donate to Make-A-Wish
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Riding 100 miles in a day (in the mountains) on my bicycle will be difficult. The real work however, is raising money through donations to help children who are fighting Leukemia and to find cures for blood cancer patients like Cameron.Donate to Team in Training
“Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day... unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.”