Dolphins Cycling Challenge
The Miami Dolphins are putting a new name on its biggest fundraiser of the year. The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is now called the Dolphins Cancer Challenge in order to emphasize the team’s commitment to fighting cancer.
The family of a man killed while riding his bike on Key Biscayne last month has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver who allegedly hit him.
Over the course of two days, nearly 3,000 people cycled, ran, walked, volunteered and donated at the fifth edition of the Dolphins Cycling Challenge aimed at beating cancer.
More than a 1,000 cyclists kicked off the annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge (DCC) on Saturday morning.
Thousands of riders will pedal this weekend in an effort to tackle cancer by way of raising millions of dollars for research.
For the fifth year in a row, cyclists will hit the road this weekend as part of the Dolphins Cycling Challenge—an event dedicated to the fight against cancer.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is a two-day, tri-county event dedicated to raising funds for lifesaving cancer research. This major community initiative is a collaborative effort between the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, with 100% of the rider-raised funds going directly to fund research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Since its first ride in 2010, the DCC has raised almost 7 million dollars. We focus on the upcoming event, how you can get involved, and how it is helping to save lives.
Two cyclists were struck and one was killed this week on the Rickenbacker Causeway by an alleged drunk driver. Walter Reyes, who was training for the upcoming Dolphins Cycling Challenge, is the third cyclist to be killed along the Rickenbacker in the past five years. The incident has the local bicycling community coming together to renew their push for safer streets. Jim focuses the half-hour on the incident with Miami-Dade County Commissioner Xavier Suarez, and Bernard Zyscovich, an architect behind Plan Z for Miami, which would transform the Rickenbacker and give cyclists, runners, joggers and walkers a safer alternative.
It’s hard to catch Nina Brumbaugh without a smile on her face even when there is little to celebrate.
Just before the sun rose Saturday morning, riders hit the streets for the Dolphins Cycling Challenge—all in the name of a good cause.