Rachel's Riders ride for everyone effected by MS, but specifically we ride for my mom, Rachel Bauer. Rachel was diagnosed with MS 19 years ago in the spring of '99. In spite of her diagnosis she raised three children, worked as a receptionist at a dental office, and continues to work as our church's do-it-all administrator. Her fortitude and can-do attitude are truly an inspiration.
The MS Society has helped my mom in a variety of ways. They helped pay to install a chair lift in our home so she could safely get up and down the stairs. She attends an MS Society sponsored support group that helps to connect people with MS. Finally, the MS Society provides financial copay assistance to help cover the cost of her medication. We are proud to support the MS Society and the work they have done for my mom and others effected by MS.
- Jerry Bauer
Our goal—a world free of MS.
We've formed a team for Bike MS—an epic fundraising ride that is changing the lives of people affected by MS and helping fuel progress toward a world free of MS. We'd love your support as we prepare for this incredible experience. If you want to do more than make a donation, join our team!
We are prepared to go the distance for MS. It will take advance training, preparation and ongoing commitment from hundreds of other people and thousands of cyclists all over the country. What will really put power in our pedals is your support and our commitment to those impacted by this disease. Every mile we ride brings us closer to our goal—a world free of MS.
Please support our team today.
We've set an ambitious goal because we know that with support from people like you we can get there. The money raised will help fund amazing progress in MS research, as well services that ensure people affected by MS can live their best lives.
Want to join our team?
We'd love to have you. Come ride with us and experience a ride that will change lives—including your own.
When you make a donation, you are changing the world for people affected by multiple sclerosis. Symptoms of MS range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are leading to better understanding and moving us closer to a world free of MS. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with at least two to three times more women than men being diagnosed with the disease. MS affects more than 2.3 million worldwide, and there is not yet a cure. Every dollar raised matters to those affected by MS. Thank you for your support.
Learn more at bikeMS.org.
Paul & Becky Bauer
Andy & Rachel Bauer
Grandpa and Grandma M.
Tom and Karen Weissinger
Kurbis of Washington
Michael A Abad
The Sweeney Family
The Claire Family
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