Over 500 cyclists braved the rain in Wisconsin for the 10th annual Titletown Bike Tour to help raise money to promote breast cancer awareness
, FOX 11
Bike riders came in all shapes and sizes, but all had the same mission - help raise funds that would benefit the Breast Cancer Family Foundation.
The nonprofit works to educate the public about healthy lifestyles and help promote breast cancer awareness.
"When we can get this type of crowd out here and promote what we're talking about and get families to participate and exercise and have fun all at the same time that's really what it's about," event organizer Laurie Cooney told the news source.
Cyclists had a few courses to choose from, ranging from a 15k, which was perfect for families, to a more challenging 100k course.
The Titletown Bike Tour has raised more than $450,000 over the past decade to support community programs.
The Breast Cancer Family Foundation works with cancer patients and their families in Wisconsin to connect them with services and resources to help improve their quality of life.