Jimmys girls fight ALS
Team Captain

Meghan Mania

Riding for Dad and the end of ALS
Meghan Mania
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Meghan Mania

Riding for Dad and the end of ALS

This summer I am riding 270 miles in support of my father James Prosser who is battling ALS. Dad was diagnosed in April of 2019 after many months of doctors visits with no answers for his ailments. Unfortunately his diagnosis is linked to his time serving his country as a marine in the 1970's. Please help me raise funds to support the ongoing research to find effective treatments and a cure for this terrible disease. 

Meghan Mania
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

This summer I am riding 270 miles in support of my father James Prosser who is battling ALS. Dad was diagnosed in April of 2019 after many months of doctors visits with no answers for his ailments. Unfortunately his diagnosis is linked to his time serving his country as a marine in the 1970's. Please help me raise funds to support the ongoing research to find effective treatments and a cure for this terrible disease. 

Team Members

Beth Janoske

Beth Janoske
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Beth Janoske

Early last year our family was heartbroken to receive the devastating news that my father has been diagnosed with ALS. ALS has no cure, and very little effective treatment.  90% of ALS cases occur without a family history of the disease. Military veterans are twice as likely to develop ALS. The life expectancy of a person living with ALS is 2-5 years from diagnosis. Every 90 minutes someone new is diagnosed with ALS, and someone living with ALS passes away.  This disease is impacting the lives of more and more people every year. More and more of the brave men and women who are fighting or have fought for our freedom. We need effective treatment, we need a cure.  This summer I am riding 270 miles in support of the ALS Therapy Development Institute and the amazing work they are doing to end ALS. Please consider donating and/or sharing our team page to help raise awareness for ALS. Together we can put an end to this horrible disease!

Beth Janoske
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Early last year our family was heartbroken to receive the devastating news that my father has been diagnosed with ALS. ALS has no cure, and very little effective treatment.  90% of ALS cases occur without a family history of the disease. Military veterans are twice as likely to develop ALS. The life expectancy of a person living with ALS is 2-5 years from diagnosis. Every 90 minutes someone new is diagnosed with ALS, and someone living with ALS passes away.  This disease is impacting the lives of more and more people every year. More and more of the brave men and women who are fighting or have fought for our freedom. We need effective treatment, we need a cure.  This summer I am riding 270 miles in support of the ALS Therapy Development Institute and the amazing work they are doing to end ALS. Please consider donating and/or sharing our team page to help raise awareness for ALS. Together we can put an end to this horrible disease!

Vicky Auger

Vicky Auger
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Vicky Auger

Vicky Auger
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Shannon McCormack

Shannon McCormack
  • Day Volunteer
  • 1st Trek

Shannon McCormack

Shannon McCormack
  • Day Volunteer
  • 1st Trek

Gina Mehta

Gina Mehta
  • Day Volunteer
  • 1st Trek

Gina Mehta

Gina Mehta
  • Day Volunteer
  • 1st Trek

Henry Mania

#ENDALS
Henry Mania
  • Virtual DIY Rider
  • 1st Trek

Henry Mania

#ENDALS

This year I am riding my bike 20 miles between now and June 21st to help raise money to #ENDALS and help people like my Grandpa Jim with better treatments and find a cure! 

Henry Mania
  • Virtual DIY Rider
  • 1st Trek

This year I am riding my bike 20 miles between now and June 21st to help raise money to #ENDALS and help people like my Grandpa Jim with better treatments and find a cure!