Press Release: Governor Brian Kemp announces support of Georgia Cancer Center and Paceline

Governor Brian Kemp announces support of Georgia Cancer Center and Paceline AUGUSTA, Ga. (February 18, 2020) – Governor Brian Kemp announces his support of the Georgia Cancer Center and Paceline as a part of the statewide initiative to end cancer. “Our state is proud to have world-renowned clinicians and researchers at the Georgia Cancer Center…

Posted February 18, 2020 by Ellice Whatley

Rider Testimonial | Sara

Sara, musician and teacher from Thomson, committed to 100 miles for her first ride to honor those who fight and in memory of those she’s lost. Watch her story below for the first person account of her experience in the Paceline. My name is Sara Loki, and I am originally from Thompson, Georgia. I was…

Posted December 20, 2019 by paceadmin

Overall it was a bad experience to begin with, but it turned into a good journey.

Around four and a half years ago, Steven Northcraft was getting ready for his twins’ senior year of high school and football season. During this time, his mother in law unfortunately became ill and passed away. Between the excitement of his children’s last year of school and the tragedy of losing a dear family member,…

Posted October 24, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

The more people you have, the more realistic it is to beat this monster.

Brennan Francois is a man who is a stranger to no one. From the moment you first meet him, you feel like you have known him your whole like. Like many of us, Brennan is not a stranger to the malevolence that cancer brings. As the Associate Director of Pastoral Care at Augusta University, he…

Posted October 14, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

You Can Keep Going

  Just a couple of weeks before Paceline’s inaugural ride, Caryn Bird, a Graduate Research Assistant, heard about the event and decided to join, even though there was not a whole lot of time to prepare. She fished her old bike out of storage, repaired one of the tires, and got ready to ride. “Everybody…

Posted August 30, 2019 by Ellice Whatley