Thousands of South Floridians are getting ready to lace up their racing shoes and jump on their bikes to ride in the fight against cancer at the 4th annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge.
Are you ready to ride in the battle against cancer? C.C. Schieffelin is definitely ready. She’s spinning for someone close to her heart.
Are you ready to ride in the battle against cancer? Wednesday afternoon, South Florida dignitaries, cyclists and physicians will held a news conference at Miami Dolphins Training Camp to talk about the upcoming, highly anticipated Dolphins Cycling Challenge IV.
CBS4 News and the new CEO of the Miami Dolphins teamed up Tuesday night to register riders who will take to South Florida roads in November for the annual Dolphin Cycling Challenge.
Thousands of bike riders will take to South Florida roads in November for the Dolphins Cycling Challenge.
The Miami Dolphins organization had another big battle this weekend, but this one was off the field.
This weekend, roads along a 170-mile route will be partially closed thoughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. No one likes road closures, but this will be for a very good cause.
Former Miami Dolphins star Mark Duper announced Monday that he is battling cancer.
Not only was it a big day for the Miami Dolphins Sunday at Sun Life Stadium with their win over the Oakland Raiders (34-14), it was also a big day for the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center which received a check for more than a million dollars in a special pregame ceremony.
Miami’s game against the Oakland Raiders will be televised on CBS4 Sunday after the team declared the game a sellout under NFL guidelines.