WRDW Coming Up In The Community: Paceline

A huge thank you to Monique Williams and WRDW for sitting down with us and letting us explain more about Paceline’s mission and our goal to raise money for the Georgia Cancer Center. We’re looking forward to our inaugural ride on May 11, 2018 with the support of our community!  To…

Posted January 23, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Into the Wind

I’m going to say it-I am not a fan of viewing cancer as a battle or fight. There is implication in that metaphor that those who lost their lives to cancer didn’t fight hard enough, that they “lost” their battle, that one’s fate to some extent relies on how hard…

Posted by Ellice Whatley

It All Started With a Mountain Bike

In 2011, to Candace Kimbrell arrived home from work one day to a gift that changed her life.  Her husband surprised her with a mountain bike.  Like most adults, Candace rode bikes as a kid, but the hobby did not continue into adulthood.  Her husband bought her this bike to…

Posted January 9, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Finding Your Anchor in Augusta, GA

In the cold Minneapolis winters, Joshua Duffy, like many people who live in downtown Minneapolis, would bike to work and school daily.  Joshua’s main form of transportation changed in May 2017 when he and his wife moved from the Minneapolis biking community, where there were dedicated cycling paths everywhere, to…

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Setting the Pace

A little more than a year ago, Dag and Alicia Grantham were in Columbus, Ohio, biking 100 miles as part of Pelotonia, a weekend-long bike ride for cancer research. It felt more like mile 1,000 as the Granthams, both strictly neighborhood bikers, pushed themselves to make it through. On a…

Posted December 3, 2018 by Ellice Whatley