The Young Survival Coalition is looking for cyclists to join their all-star lineup for this year's York Tour de Pink presented by Hershey's. Three professional cycling stars - Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton), Mari Holden (T-Mobile ) and former world champion and Olympic silver medalist Dede Barry - have teamed up to ride in the YORK Tour de Pink, a cycling fundraising event benefiting the Young Survival Coalition, the only international network of breast cancer survivors, medical professionals and supporters dedicated to young women affected by breast cancer.
The Young Survival Coalition is searching for one-hundred devoted cyclists join these professionals in a four-day, 220 mile cycling journey from the Hershey's Times Square Store in New York City on Friday, October 6 to Hershey's Chocolate World attraction in Hershey, Pa., on Monday, October 9. All net proceeds from the ride will benefit the YSC's action, advocacy and awareness programs serving young women with breast cancer. Interested cyclists should register today at www.youngsurvival.org/tourdepink .
"We are ecstatic that Kristin, Mari and Dede will be joining us for the YORK Tour de Pink presented by Hershey's," said Young Survival Coalition CEO Michele Przypyszny. "In these three cyclists we have multiple National, World and Olympic Champions. Their participation will not only benefit our team of riders but will increase the visibility of our event and ultimately help us reach even more young women affected by the disease."