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Riding in honor of Jimmy
Team Captain

Meghan Mania

Riding for Dad and the end of ALS
Meghan Mania
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

Meghan Mania

Riding for Dad and the end of ALS

June 26th, 2021 I will be riding 100 miles through Massachussettes to help raise much-needed funds to find better treatments and hopefully a cure for ALS. ALS has robbed me of my father, James Prosser and I would like to honor his memory by working to make sure no other veterans suffer from this disease and no other families have to lose their loved ones to ALS. Please help me reach my goal and help ALS TDI fund their valuable research! 

Meghan Mania
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

June 26th, 2021 I will be riding 100 miles through Massachussettes to help raise much-needed funds to find better treatments and hopefully a cure for ALS. ALS has robbed me of my father, James Prosser and I would like to honor his memory by working to make sure no other veterans suffer from this disease and no other families have to lose their loved ones to ALS. Please help me reach my goal and help ALS TDI fund their valuable research! 

Team Members

Beth Janoske

Riding in honor of dad โค๏ธ
Beth Janoske
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

Beth Janoske

Riding in honor of dad โค๏ธ

Last year was my first opportunity to take part in the Tri-State Trek in support of ALS TDI and their efforts to end ALS. This year I ride in honor of my father who passed away in October of 2020 from this horrible disease.  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.  On June 26th I am riding 100 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
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

Last year was my first opportunity to take part in the Tri-State Trek in support of ALS TDI and their efforts to end ALS. This year I ride in honor of my father who passed away in October of 2020 from this horrible disease.  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.  On June 26th I am riding 100 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!

William Johnston

Riding in honor of those who no longer can
William Johnston
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 1st Trek

William Johnston

Riding in honor of those who no longer can

This summer I am riding in my first Tri-State Trek in honor of my soon-to-be father in law who lost his battle with ALS in October of 2020. Please help me reach my goal of $2,000 raised to support finding a cure for ALS. 

William Johnston
  • In-Person Cyclist
  • 1st Trek

This summer I am riding in my first Tri-State Trek in honor of my soon-to-be father in law who lost his battle with ALS in October of 2020. Please help me reach my goal of $2,000 raised to support finding a cure for ALS. 

Shannon McCormack

Riding for those who no longer can
Shannon McCormack
  • Virtual Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

Shannon McCormack

Riding for those who no longer can

For the 2nd year I am participating in the ALS TDI Tri-State Trek! I am participating virtually again this year, which means I am pledging to ride at least 100 miles (but hoping to get to the 270 miles) by June 26th, which is when the in-person ride will take place! I will also be volunteering for the day of event in Massachusetts and can't wait to watch my friends and the amazing ALS community ride ๐Ÿ™‚ This last fall, one of my best friends lost her dad to ALS after a short 18 month battle. I am pledging to raise at least $1000 to help ALS TDI find ways to battle this disease so future families won't have to go through what they did. Any little bit helps and is appreciated more than you know ๐Ÿ˜Š

Shannon McCormack
  • Virtual Cyclist
  • 2nd Trek

For the 2nd year I am participating in the ALS TDI Tri-State Trek! I am participating virtually again this year, which means I am pledging to ride at least 100 miles (but hoping to get to the 270 miles) by June 26th, which is when the in-person ride will take place! I will also be volunteering for the day of event in Massachusetts and can't wait to watch my friends and the amazing ALS community ride ๐Ÿ™‚ This last fall, one of my best friends lost her dad to ALS after a short 18 month battle. I am pledging to raise at least $1000 to help ALS TDI find ways to battle this disease so future families won't have to go through what they did. Any little bit helps and is appreciated more than you know ๐Ÿ˜Š

Gina Mehta

Gina Mehta
  • Virtual Cyclist
  • 1st Trek

Gina Mehta

Gina Mehta
  • Virtual Cyclist
  • 1st Trek