Kevin Brady's Fundraising Page
Riding for those who no longer can.
This year will be my eleventh year with the TriState Trek. I had to sit out last year as I got a total hip replacement on my left hip, but back with a vengeance for year Eleven! This year I will be back on my motorcycle, though, keeping the riders safe and on the right track. Just not enough time to train this year.
Why do I keep coming back? It's everyone on the Trek who has such an amazing drive and passion to stop this disease. I didn't personally know anyone who was afflicted when I started, but watching all of the people who DID (and how much they care for this cause), meant that I just couldn't turn my back on the ride. You may remember that in 2013 I’d just learned of a good friend who’d been diagnosed with ALS, my friend Dean Allison. Unfortunately, Dean lost his fight with ALS in October 2014. I still ride his bike, and I’ll carry his memory with me this year and every year until we can stop this disease!
You, my friends and relatives, have been generous to me and my causes over the years. Once again I'm asking you to be generous. With your help, we can find a cure for this terrible disease! Know that I'm thankful for any help you can give, big or small, and so are the people who we are helping.
We ride 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts!