November 2008 Blog Posts

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Pan-Mass Challenge

Round up the family: mom, dad, grandpa, kids, and anyone else for the new PMC Family Ride.

 

For the first time the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge will open one of its routes to children as young as 13-years-old, Billy Starr announced this week.

 

The 47-mile "Family Ride" is a loop that starts and ends at Babson College in Wellesley on Sunday Aug. 2, 2009.

 

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Billy Starr traded wheels for skates Friday night in order to receive a donation to the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge from the Boston Bruins Foundation Bike Team.

 

The Bruins first launched a PMC team in 2005. The 2008 Boston Bruins team raised $210,000 for cancer research through the PMC. Read more about their team here.

 

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This year's Pan-Massachusetts Challenge riders came from 36 states and eight countries. Thousands of you also came from right here in New England.

In Massachusetts, PMC riders represented 276 towns – that's more than 78 percent of the communities in the state.  

Each rider made his or her own significant contribution to help the PMC raise a record-breaking amount. We crunched the numbers to find out where the most money came from by rider hometown.

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