Texas 4000 for Cancer Rides into Cheyenne on August 5th

UT Austin Student Riders Launch 31 State Ride to Engage More People and Communities in the Fight Against CancerAUSTIN, TEXAS— This summer, the Texas 4000for Cancer 2021 team of more than 80 students from The University of Texas at Austin will return to the road in the continental U.S. on the longest annual charity bike ride in the world that, for the first time ever, will both begin and end in Austin, Texas. The team will ride more than 4,000 miles over the course of 70-days starting on June 5th with the mission of fighting cancer by sharing hope, knowledge,…

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