The Fuller Flyers started participating in Cycle for Survival in 2016 — when our captain’s mother, Sharon Fuller, was first diagnosed with a rare and incurable cancer and began receiving treatment though a trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
We rode again in 2017 — expanding to 2 bikes in Chicago, and raising over $7,000 — still fighting for Sharon and her on-going battle. Shortly after of 2017 ride, our captain’s father, Doug Fuller, was also diagnosed with a rare cancer, and began his own course of treatment at MSK. Last February, at our 2018 ride — we rode in memory of both of them. We raised over $40,000 riding in 2 cities (Chicago and NYC).
Even though we lost both Sharon and Doug Fuller to rare cancers — the Fuller Flyers continue to ride in their memory, with the hope that we can prevent cancer from tearing apart other families. The hope that someday no one will EVER have to go through what they went through.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support the Fuller Flyers through Cycle for Survival. With 100% of the money that we raise going directly to pioneering rare cancer research, you can be certain that every dollar will make a difference in this fight. Whether you’re riding alongside us or making a gift, we thank you for your support!