ABOUT

 

THE BREAKTHROUGH BIKE CHALLENGE

Breakthrough Bike Challenge is a tax-exempt charitable organization, founded in 2014 by Chris Hall, Randy Bown Jeff Krieger, Jennifer Pinto-Martin and Ernie Tracy. Each year the Breakthrough Bike Challenge hosts an annual bike ride. With the help of participants, donors and volunteers, this fun and inspirational ride raises funds that support cancer research at Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center. The organization presents two different honorary awards to deserving participants, the Joan Markman Volunteer Leadership Award and the Muscoe Martin Fundraising Leadership Award. Both awards are in memory of beloved friends of the Breakthrough Bike Challenge, Joan Markman and Muscoe Martin.

 

 

 

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Board Members (Left to right: Ernie Tracy, Jeff Krieger, Chris Hall, Jennifer Pinto-Martin, Randy Bown )

 

 

A message from the Breakthrough Bike Challenge Board of Directors:

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PENN MEDICINE'S ABRAMSON CANCER CENTER

Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center is a world leader in cancer research, patient care, and education. Their clinical program currently sees over 90,000 outpatient visits, over 11,800 inpatient discharges, and provides over 37,000 chemotherapy treatments, and more than 66,000 radiation treatments. In addition, the Abramson Cancer Center is home to the 400+ basic, translational, and clinical scientists who work relentlessly to determine the pathogenesis of cancer.

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