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Carey’s Solo Journey to Cycle 10,000 Miles to Cure MS1 min read

On January 10, 2021, I began a solo ride of 10,000 miles in one year to raise $100,000+ to help cure Multiple Sclerosis once and for all. A miracle just happened, Covid-19 produced a possible MS Vaccine, but we are still a few years from a viable vaccine to prevent and reverse the effects of MS.

You can follow my adventures on Strava.com below and Facebook. To reach my ominous goal of 10,000 miles, I must ride 27 miles per day, everyday, for 365 days. The majority of my rides will take place during the week, so you will see me riding 30-70 miles per day. I will use weekends to make up miles on longer rides. I cycle on the roads here in Connecticut, even during the winter months. I also use a stationary bike in my new spin studio in the garage, equipped with disco lights and music. You will also see posts from Peloton, when I need a change of pace.

 

MS is personal to me, as it affects people close to me. Help me raise $100,000+ for research/cure and other MS services for nearly 1,000,000+ people with this disease. You can make a difference today by making a donation HERE and end this devastating disease once and for all. Thank you!

I encourage you to share this fundraising campaign with others. Together, we can all make this vaccine cure a reality in the next two years or less.

If you would like more information, please call Mark at 203-255-4150 or send an email to mcarey@capclaw.com.

Carey Reaches 2000 Miles toward his 10,000 Mile Goal for a Cure for Multiple Sclerosis

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