Welcome to Raymond Dich's RTCC Page
2017 marks the 7th consecutive year I will be participating in the RTCC.
Is fundraising tough? Are there days I don't want to do this anymore? Does training sometimes suck?
YES - but when you put things into perspective, this is nothing compared to what individuals go through when battling cancer.
To say that I am proud of what the team has been able to accomplish since the first ride in 2011 is an understatement. I am so thankful to be surrounded by the best team a person can have. Cycling, drinking beers and throwing amazing parties, we've been able to raise over $200,000.
In 2011 I started cycling for my sister who was diagnosed with Lymphoma. Though at that point I haven’t ridden a bicycle since I was a kid, nothing was going to stop me from biking to Seattle to support my sister. In 2012 my mother was diagnosed with Uterine cancer and lost the battle the following year. My mother taught me a valuable lesson – to never stop fighting.
Captain Conquest Cycling Club
We ride for those who can't.
We ride because we are able to.
We ride so that one day, there will be a cure.
We ride so that one day, no one will lose a loved one from cancer again.
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