After an injury at home, we discovered our son had Hemophilia. We knew nothing about it and though it changed our family's life considerably, my family has enjoyed the benefits of having adquate health insurance as well as access to his medicine. Recognizing many families and individuals with Hemophila can't afford the medicine or medical care my son enjoys, I'm seeking to do something about it.
I'm riding 25 miles on the anniversary of my son's diagnosis (Sept. 13th) and joing other cyclists in raising funds for Save One Life.
Thank you for your support!
Save One Life improves the quality of life and future for people with bleeding disorders in developing countries through direct financial assistance. Save One Life is the only organization of its kind. We directly provide people with the resources they need to lead independent and healthy lives.
Why Support Save One Life?
We are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
We work in 13 countries
We collaborate with over 50 local patient organizations
We have provided assistance to over 2,100 beneficiaries
We have sent over $3 million in direct aid
Wheels for the World 2020
A Virtual Cycling Event
September 1 - 30
Ride anywhere! Ride inside or out!
For those riding local to Ipswich MA we will have parking, restrooms and snacks available on September 12 and 13 from 7:30 am -12:30 pm. A 25 mile route and a metric century (62 mile) route will be available for cyclists to follow. These routes will be self-supported.
Register anytime before September 15 and receive a Bike Box which includes many items to support future rides. Unfortunately, we can not guarantee Bike Boxes will be delivered before September 1 for registrations received after August 18.
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Save One life has partnered with Beverly Bikes and New England Hemophilia Association to bring you this virtual event. All funds raised from the ride support the mission of Save One Life.
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions or are interested.
Barry Haarde inspired individuals with and without bleeding disorders when he cycled across the country 6 times and raised over $253,000 for Save One Life. Sadly, Barry passed away suddenly in 2018. Save One Life continues to honor his memory with a memorial ride. This community ride recognizes Barry’s contribution to the bleeding disorder community and encourages healthy and active living.
Last year, Chris Seistrup continued Barry's legacy when he won the hardest mountain bike race in the U.S. on his first attempt! This summer he was scheduled to ride across Europe in the Transcontinental Race, one of the world’s toughest ultra-endurance races. Due to COVID-19, this race was cancelled.
Join us this September as we ride virtually!