About Ryan Bing
Last summer I rode 1,200 miles of the Norther Tier with Bike The US For MS, and it was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. I am very excited to be riding the TransAm coast to coast this summer!
My experience last summer led me to meet many people across the country who are involved in the fight against multiple sclerosis. I met people working on research and treatments. I met people with a loved one who has MS. And I met many people who have multiple sclerosis and overcome the challenges of living with the disease every day.
I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute to this cause in a small way by doing something I love: Riding my bike.
I would be very grateful for your support.
PS: This video from the 2012 TransAm trip gives a great sense of what the trip is all about:
What happens to the money raised?
Funds raised will primarily support the James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis clinic in Charlottesville, VA. Grant application from clinics and MS patients are also accepted. Applicants will be assessed by the board of directors, and funds distributed after the trips are complete.
Are contributions tax deductible?
Yes, Bike the US for MS Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization with tax ID #27–2192426.
Ryan Bing's Fundraising
|Bob Eileen Amoruso||$100.00|
|Christine and Frank DeGarcia||$100.00|
|Helenmary and Julian Ball||$100.00|
|Kathy and Jim Kerr||$100.00|
|Ray and Dianne Brown||$100.00|
|Rita and Don Kelly||$100.00|
|Bob and Sally DeMuth||$50.00|
|Debra and Bill Neill||$50.00|
|The Mayor of Breakfast Town||$30.00|
|Jeff and Rebecca cardell||$20.00|
|Mike and Meg Fierro||$20.00|