THIS IS GONNA BE BIG!

8 Racers, 2 Teams, 3000 Miles. For the first time ever two four-person teams are Racing Across America to beat brain cancer. They’ve set a big goal: to raise $100,000 for brain cancer research.

8 RACERS. 2 TEAMS. 3000 MILES.

Team Start: June 17, 2017 in Oceanside, CA

For the first time ever two four-person teams are Racing Across America to beat brain cancer. They’ve set a big goal: to raise $100,000 for brain cancer research. Our racers and crew begin the epic 3,000 mile race from Oceanside, CA to Annapolis, MD on Tuesday June 17th. Clip in and pedal with them as they race across the country. Our heroes will cycle through 12 states against a backdrop of sea, desert, mountains and plains. The race course’s lowest elevation is 170 feet below sea level. Its highest elevation is more than 10,000 feet above sea level at Wolf Creek Pass, CO. This elevation range exceeds two vertical miles.

MEET THE TEAMS

Welcome #4Dudes3kc and #Cruzbike3kc - two 4-person teams racing to beat brain cancer. Let's do this!

4 DUDES RACE 3000 MILES TO A CURE

2017 4-Person Men's Team

GOAL: $50,000 for brain cancer research.

The #4Dudes3kc have laid down quite the challenge – they want to raise $50,000 for brain cancer research. Ryan Jean and Chris Clemens both crewed for 3000 Miles to a Cure racers in 2016. Now they’re racing with two more dudes – Matt Seconi and Erik Braun.

DONATE AND ENCOURAGE THE 4 DUDES

CRUZBIKE RACES 3000 MILES TO A CURE

2017 4-Person Mixed Team

GOAL: $50,000 for brain cancer research.

Maria Parker is joined by her husband Jim Parker and friends and #CruzbikeTribe racers Kevin Gambill and Larry Oslund. Between them they’ve set 25 course and world records. In this race, they’re setting their sights on something bigger: raising $50,000 for brain cancer research.

DONATE AND ENCOURAGE TEAM CRUZBIKE

FOLLOW THE RACE

and share the stories! Let's go knock out brain cancer.

BIG CLEATS TO FILL

This is the fifth year of RAAM for 3000 Miles to a Cure, thanks to these incredible heroes.

MARSHALL REEVES

2016 Solo Race Across America

RAISED: $20,000 for brain cancer research.

Marshall’s official finish time is 12 days 13 hours and 52 seconds. Every penny this incredible community has raised through his effort will fund brain cancer research. The third time really is the charm. Thank you Marshall and crew!

ROB DECOU

2016 Solo Race Across America

RAISED: $21,870 for brain cancer research.

Rob DeCou crossed the finish line! Together, we raised more than $20,000 for brain cancer research. WOW! Thanks to everyone near and far who joined Rob and his crew in this incredible effort.

ROB WHITE

2015 Solo Race Across America

RAISED: $30,000 for brain cancer research

The “Goober” from Wisconsin inspired each of us, taught us what grit and perseverance look like, gave us hope for each next mile and for a future where brain cancer no longer takes our loved ones.

JACQUIE SCHLITTER

2014 Solo Race Across America

RAISED: $15,000 for brain cancer research

Jacquie lived our mission to extend an open invitation,  her incredible effort and heart galvanized the 3000 Miles to a Cure community to take action and ride with her to finish the 3,000 mile challenge.

MARIA PARKER

2013 Solo Race Across America

RAISED: $70,000 for brain cancer research

Maria’s race was called the “most inspirational RAAM story ever” by officials. Lifted up by this incredible community, she won,  in the greatest comeback in the history of the race.

Lucia ParkerRace Across America