This summer, the Sepucha family is once again riding 270 miles to honor our father, Bob Sepucha, and help find an effective treatment for ALS. This terrible disease claims thousands of new victims each year. It typically starts with muscle weakness and spreads at varying speeds. Eventually, total paralysis sets in. But even as the brain continues to function normally, the disease exacts an enormous physical and emotional toll. ALS does not just destroy the body; it attacks the spirit as well.
It is hard to believe that is has been nearly five years since Dad passed away. Now that he’s gone, we swore we would join the effort to find a cure. That’s why, every June, we ride from Boston to New York with hundreds of others to raise money for ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world's foremost drug discovery center focused solely on ALS.
We ride to honor those who have bravely fought this disease and to help those whose fight continues to this day.
We ride to fund cutting edge research to find a cure.
But most of all, we ride because Dad can’t.
Please join us. Donate today and join the fight against ALS.