TEAM AMERICA 2019
Team Captain

Rinaldo Dorman

9 Years of Treking!
Rinaldo Dorman
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Rinaldo Dorman

9 Years of Treking!

2019 will be my 9th year riding the Tri State Trek with TEAM AMERICA. Once again I'm starting up the work of ending ALS. Your support and contribution brings us one step closer to our mission of curing this disease. I've ridden over 2,100 miles over the challenging course and I'm hoping that you will be willing to support my ongoing efforts with a donation.  Please join me as I ride over 270 miles during 3 long days during this July from Boston to New York to support the ALSTDI in their mission to find an effective treatment for ALS - or Lou Gehrig's Disease - because of our friend Steve Saling who was diagnosed with ALS in 2006. A few facts about ALS/ALSTDI: Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS in the US 86% of each dollar raised is put directly in to TDI’s research efforts Each drug therapy study can cost $250,000, we keep 30+ ongoing drug studies It can take a year or longer to diagnose ALS At least 450,000 people are living with ALS worldwide ALS shows no prejudice. It effects people of all ages, race and ethnicities For more information about Steve, TEAM AMERICA and theride please see our webpage ENDALS.ORG.  

Rinaldo Dorman
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

2019 will be my 9th year riding the Tri State Trek with TEAM AMERICA. Once again I'm starting up the work of ending ALS. Your support and contribution brings us one step closer to our mission of curing this disease. I've ridden over 2,100 miles over the challenging course and I'm hoping that you will be willing to support my ongoing efforts with a donation.  Please join me as I ride over 270 miles during 3 long days during this July from Boston to New York to support the ALSTDI in their mission to find an effective treatment for ALS - or Lou Gehrig's Disease - because of our friend Steve Saling who was diagnosed with ALS in 2006. A few facts about ALS/ALSTDI: Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS in the US 86% of each dollar raised is put directly in to TDI’s research efforts Each drug therapy study can cost $250,000, we keep 30+ ongoing drug studies It can take a year or longer to diagnose ALS At least 450,000 people are living with ALS worldwide ALS shows no prejudice. It effects people of all ages, race and ethnicities For more information about Steve, TEAM AMERICA and theride please see our webpage ENDALS.ORG.  

Team Members

Vincent Crescenzo

Riding to DEFEAT ALS!
Vincent Crescenzo
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Vincent Crescenzo

Riding to DEFEAT ALS!

Dear Family and Friends, On June 21, and for the ninth year in a row, I will be participating in the Tri-State Trek along with a few hundred other riders. Last year we bicycled 287 miles over three days from Boston to Storrs, CT; then to New Haven, CT; and finishing at Greenwich, CT on the third day.  Through your generosity, the Trek raised more than $720,000 along the way.  The purpose of the Trek is to defeat ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.   The funds raised through your donations go directly to ALS-TDI, a research facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The ALS Therapy Development Institute and their scientists actively discover and develop treatments for ALS. They are the world's first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research. Led by people with ALS and drug development experts, they understand the urgent need to slow and stop this disease.  Every 90 minutes, someone is diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease or Motor Neuron Disease (MND). It is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease that causes muscle weakness, difficulty breathing and swallowing, and paralysis while leaving the senses intact. ALS attacks certain cells in the brain and spinal cord needed to keep muscles moving. Most people survive two to five years after their diagnosis, with an estimated 30,000 people in the US and 450,000 worldwide living with the disease. Currently, there is no effective treatment nor cure.  My involvement in this cause is personal as I will be riding in memory of and to specifically honor at least thirteen people I know of, some of whom have passed as a result of ALS and others who are currently battling the disease.  Their names will be on the back of my jersey as I cross the finish line in Greenwich.  I rode my first Trek, August, 2011, to honor the memory of a friend and neighbor, Frank DeGeorge who passed on May 11, 2011.  Throughout his battle, Frank never lost his trademark sense of humor; he was always quick with a joke.  Frank stayed strong to the end, displaying a level of courage that I could only hope to achieve.  I have committed to raising at least $2,500.  I’ll do the hard part.  I’ll push my 70 years young body over the three day, 280+ mile journey.  After the successful completion of my ninth Trek, and with your help, we will have donated more than $28,000 (!) and I will have ridden my bike 2,500 miles (plus a few thousand miles in training each year) to help find a cure so that no individual and no family or friends will have to face the horror of ALS again. Please, find it in your heart to donate ANY amount toward this cause; every dollar helps.  Simply click on the link below then the DONATE button in the upper right hand corner of my Fund Raising Page and follow the directions.  Thank you for your generosity! http://tst.als.net/4frank For Frank, and all those affected by ALS,  Vince Crescenzo (845) 978-7244

Vincent Crescenzo
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Dear Family and Friends, On June 21, and for the ninth year in a row, I will be participating in the Tri-State Trek along with a few hundred other riders. Last year we bicycled 287 miles over three days from Boston to Storrs, CT; then to New Haven, CT; and finishing at Greenwich, CT on the third day.  Through your generosity, the Trek raised more than $720,000 along the way.  The purpose of the Trek is to defeat ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.   The funds raised through your donations go directly to ALS-TDI, a research facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The ALS Therapy Development Institute and their scientists actively discover and develop treatments for ALS. They are the world's first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research. Led by people with ALS and drug development experts, they understand the urgent need to slow and stop this disease.  Every 90 minutes, someone is diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease or Motor Neuron Disease (MND). It is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease that causes muscle weakness, difficulty breathing and swallowing, and paralysis while leaving the senses intact. ALS attacks certain cells in the brain and spinal cord needed to keep muscles moving. Most people survive two to five years after their diagnosis, with an estimated 30,000 people in the US and 450,000 worldwide living with the disease. Currently, there is no effective treatment nor cure.  My involvement in this cause is personal as I will be riding in memory of and to specifically honor at least thirteen people I know of, some of whom have passed as a result of ALS and others who are currently battling the disease.  Their names will be on the back of my jersey as I cross the finish line in Greenwich.  I rode my first Trek, August, 2011, to honor the memory of a friend and neighbor, Frank DeGeorge who passed on May 11, 2011.  Throughout his battle, Frank never lost his trademark sense of humor; he was always quick with a joke.  Frank stayed strong to the end, displaying a level of courage that I could only hope to achieve.  I have committed to raising at least $2,500.  I’ll do the hard part.  I’ll push my 70 years young body over the three day, 280+ mile journey.  After the successful completion of my ninth Trek, and with your help, we will have donated more than $28,000 (!) and I will have ridden my bike 2,500 miles (plus a few thousand miles in training each year) to help find a cure so that no individual and no family or friends will have to face the horror of ALS again. Please, find it in your heart to donate ANY amount toward this cause; every dollar helps.  Simply click on the link below then the DONATE button in the upper right hand corner of my Fund Raising Page and follow the directions.  Thank you for your generosity! http://tst.als.net/4frank For Frank, and all those affected by ALS,  Vince Crescenzo (845) 978-7244

David Laboy

Join me in riding for those who no longer can
David Laboy
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

David Laboy

Join me in riding for those who no longer can

For three years in a row, I have embarked on a 270 mile ride from Boston to New York with Team America to help fund the fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. On June 21, 2019, I’ll embark on my fourth annual Tri-State Trek. ALS is not an incurable disease, just an underfunded one. Until a cure is found, I will continue to ride, raise awareness, and fight for those suffering from this disease. In 2007, my friend Gabe co-founded Team America and biked from Boston to New York as part of the Tri-State Trek to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute. The group now consists of more than 25 cyclists and has raised over $400,000 for ALS research. I am proud to be part of this amazing team, and ask for you to please consider supporting our cause, to benefit the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research institution!​ Last year's Trek, in addition to raising over $45,000 with Team America, brought me the opportunity to further understand the complexities of this disease, and also inspired me to meet the dedicated members of the ALS community. One of these individuals is Steve Saling, who joined us for the duration of the Trek. At the age of 38, Steve was diagnosed with ALS. Since his diagnosis, ALS has stripped Steve of his ability to walk, eat, or speak, though it has not taken his wicked good sense of humor. He now relies on a wheelchair, feeding tube, and a computer to perform daily functions that most people take for granted. What has been truly extraordinary is how, even amidst these unimaginable challenges, Steve has helped to improve the quality of life for others living with ALS; raising funds to open state-of-the-art residences in Boston and New Orleans that allow people with ALS to live independently: here is a short video with more information about his efforts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgYeTy8qNyY . ALS has also touched my wife’s family. Her grandfather, Bernard Steinberg, was diagnosed with ALS and was taken from us much too soon. With Pop Pop Bernie’s memory in my heart, I will again set out on this challenge to fight back against this disease, and improve the lives of those who struggle with ALS on a daily basis. On behalf of my family, Team America, and the whole Tri-State Trek, we are truly grateful for your support of a cause that means so much to us. You may make a tax-deductible donation on this site http://tst.als.net/david . See you out on the road! David

David Laboy
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

For three years in a row, I have embarked on a 270 mile ride from Boston to New York with Team America to help fund the fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. On June 21, 2019, I’ll embark on my fourth annual Tri-State Trek. ALS is not an incurable disease, just an underfunded one. Until a cure is found, I will continue to ride, raise awareness, and fight for those suffering from this disease. In 2007, my friend Gabe co-founded Team America and biked from Boston to New York as part of the Tri-State Trek to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute. The group now consists of more than 25 cyclists and has raised over $400,000 for ALS research. I am proud to be part of this amazing team, and ask for you to please consider supporting our cause, to benefit the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research institution!​ Last year's Trek, in addition to raising over $45,000 with Team America, brought me the opportunity to further understand the complexities of this disease, and also inspired me to meet the dedicated members of the ALS community. One of these individuals is Steve Saling, who joined us for the duration of the Trek. At the age of 38, Steve was diagnosed with ALS. Since his diagnosis, ALS has stripped Steve of his ability to walk, eat, or speak, though it has not taken his wicked good sense of humor. He now relies on a wheelchair, feeding tube, and a computer to perform daily functions that most people take for granted. What has been truly extraordinary is how, even amidst these unimaginable challenges, Steve has helped to improve the quality of life for others living with ALS; raising funds to open state-of-the-art residences in Boston and New Orleans that allow people with ALS to live independently: here is a short video with more information about his efforts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgYeTy8qNyY . ALS has also touched my wife’s family. Her grandfather, Bernard Steinberg, was diagnosed with ALS and was taken from us much too soon. With Pop Pop Bernie’s memory in my heart, I will again set out on this challenge to fight back against this disease, and improve the lives of those who struggle with ALS on a daily basis. On behalf of my family, Team America, and the whole Tri-State Trek, we are truly grateful for your support of a cause that means so much to us. You may make a tax-deductible donation on this site http://tst.als.net/david . See you out on the road! David

Christen McInnis

"It matters that you don't just give up"
Christen McInnis
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Christen McInnis

"It matters that you don't just give up"

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to paralysis, due to the death of motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain. Patients become trapped in their bodies, unable to speak, eat, or breath on their own. There is no known cause, cure, or effective treatment for the disease. After 8 years riding from Boston to New York and riding 100 miles in Napa Valley, California for ALS TDI, I can easily say the experiences I have gained from riding the Tri-State Trek are some of the best I have ever had. I'm riding again this year with Team America for one of the most incredible and inspirational people I have ever met, my friend, Steve Saling, and all other living with this disease.  In 2006, Steve was diagnosed with ALS which ended his 13 year career as a landscape architect. Since then, his condition has become much worse and he now has to use a motorized wheelchair to get around, a feeding tube to eat, and a computer to speak. Despite all of this, Steve designed and opened America's only ALS residence, a $30 million state-of-the-art assisted living facility in the Boston area for people with ALS. I am inspired by Steve’s positive attitude, his dedication to finding a cure, and his effort to improve the lives of those suffering from this terrible disease. To this date I have raised over $18,000 and biked over 2,000 miles for ALS TDI. I signed up for this event 8 years ago with no expectations. I almost feel selfish because of how much this experience and those who I have met have impacted my life in so many positive ways. I'm so excited continue to do as much as I can again for ALS TDI and all those suffering from this terrible disease. Please help me in my efforts and share this page with everyone you know! Every donation makes a huge difference and means the world to me and everyone suffering from ALS. THANK YOU WITH ALL MY HEART! Christen

Christen McInnis
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to paralysis, due to the death of motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain. Patients become trapped in their bodies, unable to speak, eat, or breath on their own. There is no known cause, cure, or effective treatment for the disease. After 8 years riding from Boston to New York and riding 100 miles in Napa Valley, California for ALS TDI, I can easily say the experiences I have gained from riding the Tri-State Trek are some of the best I have ever had. I'm riding again this year with Team America for one of the most incredible and inspirational people I have ever met, my friend, Steve Saling, and all other living with this disease.  In 2006, Steve was diagnosed with ALS which ended his 13 year career as a landscape architect. Since then, his condition has become much worse and he now has to use a motorized wheelchair to get around, a feeding tube to eat, and a computer to speak. Despite all of this, Steve designed and opened America's only ALS residence, a $30 million state-of-the-art assisted living facility in the Boston area for people with ALS. I am inspired by Steve’s positive attitude, his dedication to finding a cure, and his effort to improve the lives of those suffering from this terrible disease. To this date I have raised over $18,000 and biked over 2,000 miles for ALS TDI. I signed up for this event 8 years ago with no expectations. I almost feel selfish because of how much this experience and those who I have met have impacted my life in so many positive ways. I'm so excited continue to do as much as I can again for ALS TDI and all those suffering from this terrible disease. Please help me in my efforts and share this page with everyone you know! Every donation makes a huge difference and means the world to me and everyone suffering from ALS. THANK YOU WITH ALL MY HEART! Christen

Sara Dorman

Feeding those who are riding for those who no longer can.
Sara Dorman
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 8th Trek

Sara Dorman

Feeding those who are riding for those who no longer can.

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Sara Dorman
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 8th Trek

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Ben Cohen-Leadholm

Riding for those who no longer can
Ben Cohen-Leadholm
  • Virtual Rider
  • 10th Trek

Ben Cohen-Leadholm

Riding for those who no longer can

As many of you know, raising awareness and funds for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) has been a very important cause to us for several years, ever since our buddy Steve Saling was diagnosed with ALS back in 2006.  Following Steve's diagnosis, it was just months later in 2007 that Gabe co-founded Team America and biked 270 miles in 3 days from Boston to New York to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research institution. The next year, in 2008, Ben joined the team and the fight. And then in 2014, Adam joined to complete the Cohen-Leadholm Brother Trifecta. Since Steve's diagnosis with ALS in 2006, we have witnessed -- and shared with many of you -- how ALS ended Steve’s 13-year career as an architect, and how for many years now ALS has forced Steve to use a motorized wheelchair to move, a feeding tube to eat, and a computer to speak. What is truly extraordinary is how, even amidst these unimaginable challenges, Steve has helped to design and open multi-million-dollar, state-of-the-art residences in Boston and New Orleans that allow people with ALS to live independently. It was at the time of opening the Boston residence that Steve said, “I will contribute more than I ever would have if I'd remained healthy.” Since Team America's start back in 2007, the team has expanded to more than 25 riders and has raised more than $500,000 for ALS research! We have been blessed by an exceptionally generous community of donors and supporters, and this year, we are hoping that you can continue supporting the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research organization, and make a contribution. Anything can help, and we are truly grateful for your support of a cause that means so much to us! Cheers, Ben, Gabe, and Adam

Ben Cohen-Leadholm
  • Virtual Rider
  • 10th Trek

As many of you know, raising awareness and funds for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) has been a very important cause to us for several years, ever since our buddy Steve Saling was diagnosed with ALS back in 2006.  Following Steve's diagnosis, it was just months later in 2007 that Gabe co-founded Team America and biked 270 miles in 3 days from Boston to New York to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research institution. The next year, in 2008, Ben joined the team and the fight. And then in 2014, Adam joined to complete the Cohen-Leadholm Brother Trifecta. Since Steve's diagnosis with ALS in 2006, we have witnessed -- and shared with many of you -- how ALS ended Steve’s 13-year career as an architect, and how for many years now ALS has forced Steve to use a motorized wheelchair to move, a feeding tube to eat, and a computer to speak. What is truly extraordinary is how, even amidst these unimaginable challenges, Steve has helped to design and open multi-million-dollar, state-of-the-art residences in Boston and New Orleans that allow people with ALS to live independently. It was at the time of opening the Boston residence that Steve said, “I will contribute more than I ever would have if I'd remained healthy.” Since Team America's start back in 2007, the team has expanded to more than 25 riders and has raised more than $500,000 for ALS research! We have been blessed by an exceptionally generous community of donors and supporters, and this year, we are hoping that you can continue supporting the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world’s leading ALS research organization, and make a contribution. Anything can help, and we are truly grateful for your support of a cause that means so much to us! Cheers, Ben, Gabe, and Adam

Steve Saling

Steve Saling
  • Virtual Rider
  • 13th Trek

Steve Saling

Steve Saling
  • Virtual Rider
  • 13th Trek

Debbie McNeilis

Debbie McNeilis
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 4th Trek

Debbie McNeilis

Please help us fight this battle for those brave souls that are living with this horrible disease, for those that have lost the fight and for those that will be diagnosed.   I volunteer in memory of my husband, Jim McNeilis; my best friend who was taken from me in 2013.  I watched it destruct a vibrant healthy man and reduce his mobility and breathing limiting his ability to function and eventually taking his life in June of 2013.  2PM June 18th 2013, – I received an email from the love of my life, my rock – that said I love you babe.  That is the last time I ever interacted with Jim… well the last time for anything.  ALS destroyed my world! Those who knew him heard his mantra daily "keep smiling". I could not help him I could not stop this horrible disease from destroying our family and shattering our dreams; but perhaps with additional research we can prevent this disease from claiming any more lives.  https://www.als.net/als-research/ please visit the ALS TDI site above to see the strides that have been made recently as well as the current partnerships to find a treatment or cure.  Your donation in any amount provides necessary funding to pay for research and trials. Thank you Debbie

Debbie McNeilis
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 4th Trek

Please help us fight this battle for those brave souls that are living with this horrible disease, for those that have lost the fight and for those that will be diagnosed.   I volunteer in memory of my husband, Jim McNeilis; my best friend who was taken from me in 2013.  I watched it destruct a vibrant healthy man and reduce his mobility and breathing limiting his ability to function and eventually taking his life in June of 2013.  2PM June 18th 2013, – I received an email from the love of my life, my rock – that said I love you babe.  That is the last time I ever interacted with Jim… well the last time for anything.  ALS destroyed my world! Those who knew him heard his mantra daily "keep smiling". I could not help him I could not stop this horrible disease from destroying our family and shattering our dreams; but perhaps with additional research we can prevent this disease from claiming any more lives.  https://www.als.net/als-research/ please visit the ALS TDI site above to see the strides that have been made recently as well as the current partnerships to find a treatment or cure.  Your donation in any amount provides necessary funding to pay for research and trials. Thank you Debbie

Kit Cope

Kit Cope
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 5th Trek

Kit Cope

Kit Cope
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 5th Trek

Jeremy Cope

Cope Family 5th ALS Trek
Jeremy Cope
  • Rider
  • 6th Trek

Jeremy Cope

Cope Family 5th ALS Trek

WE RIDE At the end of June, the Cope Family will participate in our 5th Tri-State-Trek to help raise money and awareness towards a cure for ALS. Our three-day adventure takes us from Boston University to Greenwich, CT with Jeremy and Jason both riding over 270 miles, and Kit and Maris taking charge at Rest Stop 2. This year, we ask that if you cannot donate, you will help share our page and story to those who can. IT’S A FAMILY EFFORT The Trek is more than just strapping into your bike and going from one rest stop to another. It’s about pushing each other, sometimes literally up a hill. The Trek connects with other riders and support groups, to help build a sense of community. To take on this horrid disease, we need more than just money and science; we need family. IT’S A FUNDRAISING EFFORT Ultimately, the folks at TDI need money to sustain and fund research. Everything from genetic testing to maintaining the lab requires money. To obtain the best and brightest talent, salaries have to be competitive. The Ice Bucket Challenged helped kick-start some promising trials- now every dollar counts in keeping this momentum alive. One year we will no longer ask for money because a cure will have been discovered. Until then, WE RIDE. 

Jeremy Cope
  • Rider
  • 6th Trek

WE RIDE At the end of June, the Cope Family will participate in our 5th Tri-State-Trek to help raise money and awareness towards a cure for ALS. Our three-day adventure takes us from Boston University to Greenwich, CT with Jeremy and Jason both riding over 270 miles, and Kit and Maris taking charge at Rest Stop 2. This year, we ask that if you cannot donate, you will help share our page and story to those who can. IT’S A FAMILY EFFORT The Trek is more than just strapping into your bike and going from one rest stop to another. It’s about pushing each other, sometimes literally up a hill. The Trek connects with other riders and support groups, to help build a sense of community. To take on this horrid disease, we need more than just money and science; we need family. IT’S A FUNDRAISING EFFORT Ultimately, the folks at TDI need money to sustain and fund research. Everything from genetic testing to maintaining the lab requires money. To obtain the best and brightest talent, salaries have to be competitive. The Ice Bucket Challenged helped kick-start some promising trials- now every dollar counts in keeping this momentum alive. One year we will no longer ask for money because a cure will have been discovered. Until then, WE RIDE. 

Katie Shambo

Riding in memory of my dad and for my friends who no longer can
Katie Shambo
  • Rider
  • 3rd Trek

Katie Shambo

Riding in memory of my dad and for my friends who no longer can

Hi friends, Thank you for visiting my fundraising page! This summer I will be participating in my third Tri State Trek, a 270 mile bike ride from Boston College to Greenwich, CT. My past two treks were more enjoyable and rewarding than I could’ve imagined and I met lifelong friends who have also been affected by ALS. I’ll be riding in memory of my dad, Joe Shambo, who passed away in 2005 after living with ALS for seven years. Prior to his diagnosis he was an avid runner (ran the Boston Marathon in 1993), athlete, and outdoorsman who would have joined me in the trek if he could. I’m also riding in honor of my friends who have passed away from this disease and for my friends living with ALS. All money raised will go to the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in Cambridge, MA. The lab is the world’s leading drug discovery center focused solely on ALS. Any contribution, no matter the amount, will aid in finding a cure to end ALS!!! It is not an incurable disease, only underfunded. Please support the TDI in this race against time. Thank you so much for your donation. Sincerely, Katie

Katie Shambo
  • Rider
  • 3rd Trek

Hi friends, Thank you for visiting my fundraising page! This summer I will be participating in my third Tri State Trek, a 270 mile bike ride from Boston College to Greenwich, CT. My past two treks were more enjoyable and rewarding than I could’ve imagined and I met lifelong friends who have also been affected by ALS. I’ll be riding in memory of my dad, Joe Shambo, who passed away in 2005 after living with ALS for seven years. Prior to his diagnosis he was an avid runner (ran the Boston Marathon in 1993), athlete, and outdoorsman who would have joined me in the trek if he could. I’m also riding in honor of my friends who have passed away from this disease and for my friends living with ALS. All money raised will go to the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in Cambridge, MA. The lab is the world’s leading drug discovery center focused solely on ALS. Any contribution, no matter the amount, will aid in finding a cure to end ALS!!! It is not an incurable disease, only underfunded. Please support the TDI in this race against time. Thank you so much for your donation. Sincerely, Katie

Tsun Au Yeung

Helping others who ride for those who no longer can.
Tsun Au Yeung
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 8th Trek

Tsun Au Yeung

Helping others who ride for those who no longer can.

Hi all, This year will be my 7th year of participation of ALS-TDI Tri State Trek, a charity bike ride to fundraise for ALS research.  ALS-TDI (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis-Therapy Development Institute) is a non-profit reseach organization who's goal is to develop treatment for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) patient.  Please support my effort toward fighting this debiltating disease.  Your generous donations ensure the organization continues to perform groundbreaking research.  Thank you.   Love, T

Tsun Au Yeung
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 8th Trek

Hi all, This year will be my 7th year of participation of ALS-TDI Tri State Trek, a charity bike ride to fundraise for ALS research.  ALS-TDI (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis-Therapy Development Institute) is a non-profit reseach organization who's goal is to develop treatment for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) patient.  Please support my effort toward fighting this debiltating disease.  Your generous donations ensure the organization continues to perform groundbreaking research.  Thank you.   Love, T

Jacqueline Joyce

Jacqueline Joyce
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 3rd Trek

Jacqueline Joyce

For the second summer in a row, I am volunteering on the medical crew for the Tri State Trek. Bikers ride 270 miles, over 3 days, through 3 states to raise money and awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). I have cared for multiple patients with ALS at my job at MGH, and I have met some remarkable people afflicted with ALS and people who have been affected by this terrible disease. Please help me raise money to fund research to get rid of ALS once and for all. Thank you in advance for your support. xoxo

Jacqueline Joyce
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 3rd Trek

For the second summer in a row, I am volunteering on the medical crew for the Tri State Trek. Bikers ride 270 miles, over 3 days, through 3 states to raise money and awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). I have cared for multiple patients with ALS at my job at MGH, and I have met some remarkable people afflicted with ALS and people who have been affected by this terrible disease. Please help me raise money to fund research to get rid of ALS once and for all. Thank you in advance for your support. xoxo

Jonathan Damick

Riding to find a cure for ALS.
Jonathan Damick
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Jonathan Damick

Riding to find a cure for ALS.

Thank you for visiting my fund raising page for the Tri-State Trek. This will be my 9th year riding for Team America in the Tri State Trek. 9 years ago(!), my friend Eric convinced me to do this fun 3 day ride with him, and I've ridden in every trek since with Team America.  I can't always make all 3 days, but I make sure I get there for at least one.  This year I'm back to riding all 3 days and am so excited to take part.  From the comradery and talking to those whose lives are personally touched by this terrible disease to the grueling days in the saddle, I make it a must attend event on my calendar each year. As much fun as the ride is, I hope a cure can be found so we can focus our efforts on beating the next one. ALS is a debilitating disease that effects 5 out of every 100,000 people. Research is underfunded for this disease that many believe to be curable if only the funds were available to properly research. ALSTDI is dedicated to this cause, and my fundraising goes to help them reach their goal of curing this disease. Thank you, Jonathan    

Jonathan Damick
  • Rider
  • 9th Trek

Thank you for visiting my fund raising page for the Tri-State Trek. This will be my 9th year riding for Team America in the Tri State Trek. 9 years ago(!), my friend Eric convinced me to do this fun 3 day ride with him, and I've ridden in every trek since with Team America.  I can't always make all 3 days, but I make sure I get there for at least one.  This year I'm back to riding all 3 days and am so excited to take part.  From the comradery and talking to those whose lives are personally touched by this terrible disease to the grueling days in the saddle, I make it a must attend event on my calendar each year. As much fun as the ride is, I hope a cure can be found so we can focus our efforts on beating the next one. ALS is a debilitating disease that effects 5 out of every 100,000 people. Research is underfunded for this disease that many believe to be curable if only the funds were available to properly research. ALSTDI is dedicated to this cause, and my fundraising goes to help them reach their goal of curing this disease. Thank you, Jonathan    

Dan Ferraro

Riding for those who no longer can
Dan Ferraro
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

Dan Ferraro

Riding for those who no longer can

TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY MILES are coming! It’ll be hot, hilly, and hard on my butt. It will no doubt be difficult, but it’ll be easier to keep going when thinking about every mile headed south we’ll not only be raising awareness, but raising much needed funding for ALS researchers and patients living with this unthinkable disease.    For all the reasons that ALS is heartbreaking, one of the largest ones is the fact that it’s not incurable, it’s underfunded. Cambridge-based ALS TDI is doing it’s part by making strides every day to find effective treatment as soon as possible - we’re doing our part by making sure funds make it to them. 86 cents of every dollar goes directly to this life changing research.    If you’re unfamiliar with ALS, here are a few specifics below: Although the life expectancy of a person with ALS averages about two to five years from the time of diagnosis, this disease is variable, and many people can live with the disease for five years and more. More than half of all people with ALS live more than three years after diagnosis. Once ALS starts, it almost always progresses, eventually taking away the ability to walk, dress, write, speak, swallow, and breathe and shortening the life span. How fast and in what order this occurs is very different from person to person. While the average survival time is 3 years, about twenty percent of people with ALS live five years, 10 percent will survive ten years and five percent will live 20 years or more. Approximately 6,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with ALS each year. The incidence of ALS is two per 100,000 people, and it is estimated that more than 20,000 Americans may be living with ALS at any given time. ALS occurs throughout the world with no racial, ethnic or socioeconomic boundaries and can affect anyone. There can be significant costs for medical care, equipment and home health caregiving later in the disease.  If you’re unable to donate, you’re more than welcome to meet us at the finish line and share a beer with our friend, fearless leader and ALS crusader, Steve Saling. Read more about this amazing man and his contributions to the ALS community here!: http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/22/health/als-steve-saling-residence/ Thank you all! Dan    

Dan Ferraro
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY MILES are coming! It’ll be hot, hilly, and hard on my butt. It will no doubt be difficult, but it’ll be easier to keep going when thinking about every mile headed south we’ll not only be raising awareness, but raising much needed funding for ALS researchers and patients living with this unthinkable disease.    For all the reasons that ALS is heartbreaking, one of the largest ones is the fact that it’s not incurable, it’s underfunded. Cambridge-based ALS TDI is doing it’s part by making strides every day to find effective treatment as soon as possible - we’re doing our part by making sure funds make it to them. 86 cents of every dollar goes directly to this life changing research.    If you’re unfamiliar with ALS, here are a few specifics below: Although the life expectancy of a person with ALS averages about two to five years from the time of diagnosis, this disease is variable, and many people can live with the disease for five years and more. More than half of all people with ALS live more than three years after diagnosis. Once ALS starts, it almost always progresses, eventually taking away the ability to walk, dress, write, speak, swallow, and breathe and shortening the life span. How fast and in what order this occurs is very different from person to person. While the average survival time is 3 years, about twenty percent of people with ALS live five years, 10 percent will survive ten years and five percent will live 20 years or more. Approximately 6,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with ALS each year. The incidence of ALS is two per 100,000 people, and it is estimated that more than 20,000 Americans may be living with ALS at any given time. ALS occurs throughout the world with no racial, ethnic or socioeconomic boundaries and can affect anyone. There can be significant costs for medical care, equipment and home health caregiving later in the disease.  If you’re unable to donate, you’re more than welcome to meet us at the finish line and share a beer with our friend, fearless leader and ALS crusader, Steve Saling. Read more about this amazing man and his contributions to the ALS community here!: http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/22/health/als-steve-saling-residence/ Thank you all! Dan    

Akile Rabelo

Akile Rabelo
  • Rider
  • 3rd Trek

Akile Rabelo

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Akile Rabelo
  • Rider
  • 3rd Trek

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Maris Schweitzer

Maris Schweitzer
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 3rd Trek

Maris Schweitzer

This summer, I am volunteering for the Tri-State Trek to raise awareness and funding toward an effective treatment of ALS. Although, I will not be riding my bike for the 270 mile Trek (in the interest of self-preservation and the safety of others) instead, I will be volunteering at a rest stop to provide snacks, refreshments and motivation to the riders. ALS is a tremendously underfunded disease and I hope that my friends and family will be able to help me contribute to this amazing cause. Evan a small amount will be a HUGE help! I am thankful for all of your support! Love, Maris

Maris Schweitzer
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 3rd Trek

This summer, I am volunteering for the Tri-State Trek to raise awareness and funding toward an effective treatment of ALS. Although, I will not be riding my bike for the 270 mile Trek (in the interest of self-preservation and the safety of others) instead, I will be volunteering at a rest stop to provide snacks, refreshments and motivation to the riders. ALS is a tremendously underfunded disease and I hope that my friends and family will be able to help me contribute to this amazing cause. Evan a small amount will be a HUGE help! I am thankful for all of your support! Love, Maris

Kevin Brady

Riding for those who no longer can.
Kevin Brady
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 13th Trek

Kevin Brady

Riding for those who no longer can.

This year will be my 13th year with the TriState Trek. I'm back with a vengeance for lucky number thirteen! This year I will again be 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!

Kevin Brady
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 13th Trek

This year will be my 13th year with the TriState Trek. I'm back with a vengeance for lucky number thirteen! This year I will again be 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!

Adam Cohen-Leadholm

Kicking ALS's butt on a bicycle
Adam Cohen-Leadholm
  • Rider
  • 6th Trek

Adam Cohen-Leadholm

Kicking ALS's butt on a bicycle

This summer I am biking 270 miles over three days to combat ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). All of the money we raise goes towards research and finding a cure for ALS, which slowly paralyzes the body while the mind stays intact. We ride for our friend Steve Saling, an amazing individual who has designed buildings specifically for people like himself who have been afflicted with ALS. I am biking with TEAM AMERICA, which includes both of my brothers who have been doing this ride for years. They've raised over a hundred thousand dollars, and I am excited to ride for the sixth year in a row and help in any way I can! Please give whatever you can, we really appreciate your support.

Adam Cohen-Leadholm
  • Rider
  • 6th Trek

This summer I am biking 270 miles over three days to combat ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). All of the money we raise goes towards research and finding a cure for ALS, which slowly paralyzes the body while the mind stays intact. We ride for our friend Steve Saling, an amazing individual who has designed buildings specifically for people like himself who have been afflicted with ALS. I am biking with TEAM AMERICA, which includes both of my brothers who have been doing this ride for years. They've raised over a hundred thousand dollars, and I am excited to ride for the sixth year in a row and help in any way I can! Please give whatever you can, we really appreciate your support.

Barbara Janny

In Memory of my Dad
Barbara Janny
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 4th Trek

Barbara Janny

In Memory of my Dad

My Dad passed away from ALS in 2005. Our family is committed to working to find a cure. Our son Mark rode his bike in 3 Treks but cannot this year because he's working in Colorado.  I will be volunteering with the 3 day crew at Rest Stop 2 sharing refreshments and providing encouragement for the riders each day. Please support my efforts to find a cure. ALS ISN'T INCURABLE! IT'S JUST UNDERFUNDED! 

Barbara Janny
  • 3 Day Crew
  • 4th Trek

My Dad passed away from ALS in 2005. Our family is committed to working to find a cure. Our son Mark rode his bike in 3 Treks but cannot this year because he's working in Colorado.  I will be volunteering with the 3 day crew at Rest Stop 2 sharing refreshments and providing encouragement for the riders each day. Please support my efforts to find a cure. ALS ISN'T INCURABLE! IT'S JUST UNDERFUNDED! 

Patricia Hurley

Patricia Hurley
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Patricia Hurley

Patricia Hurley
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Jason Cope

Jason Cope
  • Rider
  • 5th Trek

Jason Cope

Jason Cope
  • Rider
  • 5th Trek

Andy Warren

Please help me as I ride to help fund a cure.
Andy Warren
  • Rider
  • 2nd Trek

Andy Warren

Please help me as I ride to help fund a cure.

On June 21, 22, & 23 I will once again be riding 287 miles to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in their drive to find an effective treatment for ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  ALS TDI, of Cambridge, MA is the world's leading research and development lab solely dedicated to ALS.  They have developed & produced a drug that has been released for clinical trials.  It's not a cure but it's a step forward.  86% of all the money raised goes toward their efforts.  ALS is not an incurable disease, it's just underfunded.  I will be riding for those who can't.  My goal is to raise $2000.  No donation is too small.  Every dollar helps.  Please consider donating to this worthy cause

Andy Warren
  • Rider
  • 2nd Trek

On June 21, 22, & 23 I will once again be riding 287 miles to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in their drive to find an effective treatment for ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  ALS TDI, of Cambridge, MA is the world's leading research and development lab solely dedicated to ALS.  They have developed & produced a drug that has been released for clinical trials.  It's not a cure but it's a step forward.  86% of all the money raised goes toward their efforts.  ALS is not an incurable disease, it's just underfunded.  I will be riding for those who can't.  My goal is to raise $2000.  No donation is too small.  Every dollar helps.  Please consider donating to this worthy cause

Chuck McNamee

Please consider making a donation to show your support again in 2019. Our 13th year! Thank you!!
Chuck McNamee
  • Rider
  • 13th Trek

Chuck McNamee

Please consider making a donation to show your support again in 2019. Our 13th year! Thank you!!

How can I possibly tell Steve Saling that I can't pedal a bicycle 270 miles? He's paralyzed from the eyes down and does the impossible every single day. Every. Single. Day.  2019 will be my 13th consecutive year riding. I hope you'll consider supporting me and TEAM AMERICA once again in 2019 with a donation of any size. This event is a success because of donations from friends and family members like you. Thank you! We ride on June 21!

Chuck McNamee
  • Rider
  • 13th Trek

How can I possibly tell Steve Saling that I can't pedal a bicycle 270 miles? He's paralyzed from the eyes down and does the impossible every single day. Every. Single. Day.  2019 will be my 13th consecutive year riding. I hope you'll consider supporting me and TEAM AMERICA once again in 2019 with a donation of any size. This event is a success because of donations from friends and family members like you. Thank you! We ride on June 21!

Matt Woods

Riding for those who no longer can
Matt Woods
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

Matt Woods

Riding for those who no longer can

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Matt Woods
  • Rider
  • 1st Trek

This summer I am riding 270 miles to find an effective treatment for ALS. Please support my efforts.

Michael Godin

Riding in honor and support of my awesome sister Debra Gove
Michael Godin
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

Michael Godin

Riding in honor and support of my awesome sister Debra Gove

Over the last five years, I have watched the ALS disease destroy my sister Deb's life. ALS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to paralysis, due to the death of motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain. There is currently no known cause, cure, or effective treatment for the disease.  The ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS-TDI) is working to find a cure for this horrible disease, and this will be the fourth summer that I will ride my bike at least 270 miles to raise funds to support them.  ALS-TDI is the world's first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research. There are a lot of causes to raise funds for, and a lot of ways of raising those funds.  Then why will I be getting on my bike at 5:00 over the next few months to train for an almost 300 mile ride?  Because I believe my effort will inspire others to contribute to end ALS. Because I believe that a cure can be found -- if enough resources are directed at finding a cure. Because I have a busy life with 2 kids and can't always focus on Deb's situation, but when I've been riding for an hour and a half and it's 6:30 in the morning, and I'd rather be doing anything else, I know Deb is in my heart and I keep going. Please contribute. Preparing for this ride has become a part of my life.  Every day I wonder if I can prepare for the ride in some way. I want an ALS cure to be found in time to help my sister, Debra Gove. She was diagnosed with ALS about five years ago, and soon became very involved in negotating a "right to try" bill in Connecticut, which would increase access to potentially life-saving treatments for patients facing a terminal diagnosis — patients who do not have years to wait for full FDA approval. The bill passed and was signed into law! The effort I will exert to do this ride will be pale in comparison to Deb's everyday struggles; and my support is miniscule compared to the tremendous support her husband, Tim Gove offers her every day. Every. Single. Day. This year I will be riding with a fundraising team for the first time, Team America.  I am inspired by one of the team's members, Steve Saling, who has been bravely fighting ALS for 14 years, and now is paralyzed from the eyes down and does the impossible every single day. Every. Single. Day.   23 years ago, and again 22 years ago, I rode my bike a few hundred miles in similar events (“AIDS Rides”) to raise funds to support my friends fighting for their lives against AIDS. Many of the people I rode the first year with did not expect to ride the next year... they did not expect to be alive the next year. Two decades ago was a time of amazing progress in developing AIDS therapies, and many of those I rode with are alive and well today. I want the same thing to happen with ALS. Yes, it’s crazy to expect that my involvement this year will actually cause such a change, but that doesn’t stop me from hoping, wishing and working to that end.  Help me support ALS.net by making a donation. The process is fast, easy, and secure. I truly appreciate any support you can provide. It will benefit a great cause!

Michael Godin
  • Rider
  • 4th Trek

Over the last five years, I have watched the ALS disease destroy my sister Deb's life. ALS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to paralysis, due to the death of motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain. There is currently no known cause, cure, or effective treatment for the disease.  The ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS-TDI) is working to find a cure for this horrible disease, and this will be the fourth summer that I will ride my bike at least 270 miles to raise funds to support them.  ALS-TDI is the world's first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research. There are a lot of causes to raise funds for, and a lot of ways of raising those funds.  Then why will I be getting on my bike at 5:00 over the next few months to train for an almost 300 mile ride?  Because I believe my effort will inspire others to contribute to end ALS. Because I believe that a cure can be found -- if enough resources are directed at finding a cure. Because I have a busy life with 2 kids and can't always focus on Deb's situation, but when I've been riding for an hour and a half and it's 6:30 in the morning, and I'd rather be doing anything else, I know Deb is in my heart and I keep going. Please contribute. Preparing for this ride has become a part of my life.  Every day I wonder if I can prepare for the ride in some way. I want an ALS cure to be found in time to help my sister, Debra Gove. She was diagnosed with ALS about five years ago, and soon became very involved in negotating a "right to try" bill in Connecticut, which would increase access to potentially life-saving treatments for patients facing a terminal diagnosis — patients who do not have years to wait for full FDA approval. The bill passed and was signed into law! The effort I will exert to do this ride will be pale in comparison to Deb's everyday struggles; and my support is miniscule compared to the tremendous support her husband, Tim Gove offers her every day. Every. Single. Day. This year I will be riding with a fundraising team for the first time, Team America.  I am inspired by one of the team's members, Steve Saling, who has been bravely fighting ALS for 14 years, and now is paralyzed from the eyes down and does the impossible every single day. Every. Single. Day.   23 years ago, and again 22 years ago, I rode my bike a few hundred miles in similar events (“AIDS Rides”) to raise funds to support my friends fighting for their lives against AIDS. Many of the people I rode the first year with did not expect to ride the next year... they did not expect to be alive the next year. Two decades ago was a time of amazing progress in developing AIDS therapies, and many of those I rode with are alive and well today. I want the same thing to happen with ALS. Yes, it’s crazy to expect that my involvement this year will actually cause such a change, but that doesn’t stop me from hoping, wishing and working to that end.  Help me support ALS.net by making a donation. The process is fast, easy, and secure. I truly appreciate any support you can provide. It will benefit a great cause!

Gabe Cohen

Gabe Cohen
  • Rider
  • 10th Trek

Gabe Cohen

In 2007, my good friend Chuck McNamee and I took part in our first Tri-State Trek, riding from Boston to New York to raise to raise money for ALS research in support of our buddy Steve Saling who had recently been diagnosed with the disease. Not taking ourselves too seriously, we called ourselves Team America and, to our great surprise, we raised over $7,000 for ALS research that first year. In the years since, my brothers Ben and Adam, as well as 40+ riders and volunteers have joined the fight, and Team America has grown from a scraggly two-man team to a dedicated community of riders and volunteers all sharing the goal of ending ALS. To date, Team America has raised more than $500,000 for ALS research. In addition to riding nearly 300 miles in the Tri-State Trek each summer, Team America supports the ALS Therapy Development Institute's work throughout the year by organizing fundraising events in the Boston area. This year, we'll be riding once again to support Steve and do our part to find a cure for ALS. We hope that you will consider donating what you can through our Cohen Brothers fundraising page: http://tst.als.net/brothers Thank you! Gabe

Gabe Cohen
  • Rider
  • 10th Trek

In 2007, my good friend Chuck McNamee and I took part in our first Tri-State Trek, riding from Boston to New York to raise to raise money for ALS research in support of our buddy Steve Saling who had recently been diagnosed with the disease. Not taking ourselves too seriously, we called ourselves Team America and, to our great surprise, we raised over $7,000 for ALS research that first year. In the years since, my brothers Ben and Adam, as well as 40+ riders and volunteers have joined the fight, and Team America has grown from a scraggly two-man team to a dedicated community of riders and volunteers all sharing the goal of ending ALS. To date, Team America has raised more than $500,000 for ALS research. In addition to riding nearly 300 miles in the Tri-State Trek each summer, Team America supports the ALS Therapy Development Institute's work throughout the year by organizing fundraising events in the Boston area. This year, we'll be riding once again to support Steve and do our part to find a cure for ALS. We hope that you will consider donating what you can through our Cohen Brothers fundraising page: http://tst.als.net/brothers Thank you! Gabe

jason Taggart

jason Taggart
  • Rider
  • 8th Trek

jason Taggart

jason Taggart
  • Rider
  • 8th Trek