Armstrong Completes Chain Gang Ride

The Michigan memorial ride saw over 700 cyclists taking part in the event to complete the race that was started by the Chain Gang.


This memorial ride was supported by none other than the ace cyclist Lance Armstrong. The Chain Gang was not able to complete the ride as it ended in a tragedy. Five of the cyclists of the Chain Gang were killed and four others were hospitalized after they were hit by a pickup truck.

To complete the unfinished race of the Chain Gang and to show their support to the riders, hundreds of cyclists had gathered at Kalamazoo in Michigan to finish the race. Among them was Lance Armstrong, the greatest cyclist of all times. He had traveled to Michigan to join other riders and extend his support to the China Gang. He picked up the microphone and addressed the huge gathering of cyclists at the event.

Armstrong said that he understands that many of the people would have had a brush of two from a passing car while riding their bike. It is really scary when you find any vehicle come close to you while biking. Everyone is aware of that close feeling, but no one would have known the Chain Gang incident to happen. This is a very tragic accident and one that has caused pain to him. There have been many tragedies and incidents that have happened over the years, but nothing has been as severe as this. Armstrong said that he was pained by the incident and this was his novel way of extending support to the Chain Gang by taking part in the completion of the Chain Gang race.

The driver of the pickup truck, Charles Pickett Jr., has been arrested after he had fled initially. He has been charged with five counts of murder.

Lance Armstrong’s LiveStrong Cancer Fundraiser

www.livestrong.org This video highlights the LiveStrong Challenge 2010 Staff Champion Award Winner, Marc Mandeville. Marc was the staff captain for group M-Energy, which collectively raised 8632 for the LiveStrong Challenge, the principle fundraising arm of Lance Armstrong’s LiveStrong campaign. Soon after Marc was diagnosed with cancer, his father-in-law and brother started riding with LiveStrong. Marc himself started riding shortly following to present his help for LiveStrong’s goal of developing equitable access and advocacy for all cancer clients and survivors. Marc thanks the doctors and nurses that served him recognize and preserve the lifestyle that he needed for the duration of his battle with cancer. He also many thanks his family, who offered him with support and motivation equally whilst he had cancer and as he participated in LiveStrong. Their unwavering loyalty in his battle convinces him that they do not deserve to reside in a planet with cancer – and in a world without having a father and husband. With 28 million other individuals, Marc is stating ‘no’ to cancer. He encourages other folks to grow to be aspect of one thing larger than on their own by joining the LiveStrong result in. Watch more movies by Pixability at www.pixability.com
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LANCE ARMSTRONG & JAMIE O’SHEA DISCUSS SOTHEBY’S LIVESTRONG “IT’S ABOUT THE BIKE” AUCTION 11/2009

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