Susan G Komen Run/Walk Saturday October 11th.

Reminder: Please wear your Black and Pink Dri-Fit shirt along with our Pink socks for the event.

Bring the entire Family

Race Information

Registration Details:

ENTRY FEES

  • Adult Participant: $30
  • Kids for the Cure® Participant: $15 – 18 and under
  • Sleep In for the Cure® Participant: $35 – Shirts will be mailed to Sleep In participants free of charge

Registration Deadlines:

  • Online registration will continue through Friday, October 10th at 5PM
  • You may register in person at the Komen Race Store in Oxmoor Center – September 27th through October 10th
  • On-site registration and packet pick-up will begin at 6:45AM at Slugger Field on Race day

 Individual and Team packet pick-up will take place at the Komen Race Store October 6 – 10.

 

For more information:
Email support@komenlouisville.org or call 502.495.7824.

Race Information FAQs

When is the Race?
The 19th Annual Komen Louisville Race for the Cure® is on Saturday, October 11, 2014. On-site registration will begin at 6:45am, and the pre-Race celebration will begin at 7:00am! This event will occur rain or shine. We reserve the right to cancel in extreme circumstances. In that event, there will be no refunds; rather, your entry fee will be used as a donation to the Komen Louisville Race for the Cure®.

Can I register as a participant the day of the Race?
Yes! Registration will begin at 6:45am Race day.

What is the final date for individual registration?
Participants can register online or at the Komen Race Store through Friday, October 10th OR on-site at Slugger Field the morning of the Race.

Where do I send donations and registration fees?
Please try to register and donate online first! Our mailing address is as follows: Susan G. Komen Louisville – 2301 Hurstbourne Village Drive/Suite 700 – Louisville, KY 40299

Are pets, inline skates, bikes, motorized scooters, or skateboards allowed at the Race?
For the safety of all participants, pets, inline skates, bikes, scooters, skateboards and pets are not allowed at the Race.

Are strollers and wheelchairs allowed on the Race course?
Yes, however for safety reasons we require that participants using them line up behind those who are running.

How do I run competitively in the Race?
Competitive timing chips will not be provided by Komen Louisville this year.

How does a breast cancer survivor determine which group to walk with in the survivor ceremony?
An individual is considered a breast cancer survivor from the time of the breast cancer diagnosis. For example, someone diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2004 would be a 10-year breast cancer survivor at the time of the 2014 Louisville Race in October.

Can we sell merchandise for fundraising on Race day?
Teams or individuals are not allowed to sell merchandise on Race day.

Who do we make the check payable to?
Please make all checks payable to: Komen Louisville. On the check memo line, please include your name or your team name.

What is the registration rate for children under Kids for the Cure?
Registration for ages 0-18 is $15.

Should I bring money on Race Day?
Yes! We will be selling Komen merchandise all day!!

Reminder Clydesdale Social/Celebration on Saturday October 11th from 1800 - 2200

Reminder

We are looking for a head count for the Social this weekend.  Please reply back or TXT Greg Strafer if you will be attending and how many will  be joining you.

We will have our next Clydesdale Social/Celebration on Saturday October 11th from 1800 - 2200.  The event will be held at David Adams compound.  The club will provide the meat, chicken, Pork, Bread and Water.  Members will supply appetizers, sides/ veggies and desserts.  Please see the list below to see what you bring.  This will be a BYOB event. 

Please try to attend the event.  We hope that Rob "Doc" Levine will be joining us that night.

Proposed food last name split:

A-I = appetizers

J-P = side dish

Q-W = dessert

 

Address:

2701 Flat Rock Rd

Louisville, KY 40245

Dave lives in Hermitage Ridge. 

Louisville Race for the Cure® is on Saturday, October 11, 2014.

Bring the entire Family

Race Information

Registration Details:

ENTRY FEES

  • Adult Participant: $30
  • Kids for the Cure® Participant: $15 – 18 and under
  • Sleep In for the Cure® Participant: $35 – Shirts will be mailed to Sleep In participants free of charge

Registration Deadlines:

  • Online registration will continue through Friday, October 10th at 5PM
  • You may register in person at the Komen Race Store in Oxmoor Center – September 27th through October 10th
  • On-site registration and packet pick-up will begin at 6:45AM at Slugger Field on Race day

 Individual and Team packet pick-up will take place at the Komen Race Store October 6 – 10.

 

For more information:
Email support@komenlouisville.org or call 502.495.7824.

Race Information FAQs

When is the Race?
The 19th Annual Komen Louisville Race for the Cure® is on Saturday, October 11, 2014. On-site registration will begin at 6:45am, and the pre-Race celebration will begin at 7:00am! This event will occur rain or shine. We reserve the right to cancel in extreme circumstances. In that event, there will be no refunds; rather, your entry fee will be used as a donation to the Komen Louisville Race for the Cure®.

Can I register as a participant the day of the Race?
Yes! Registration will begin at 6:45am Race day.

What is the final date for individual registration?
Participants can register online or at the Komen Race Store through Friday, October 10th OR on-site at Slugger Field the morning of the Race.

Where do I send donations and registration fees?
Please try to register and donate online first! Our mailing address is as follows: Susan G. Komen Louisville – 2301 Hurstbourne Village Drive/Suite 700 – Louisville, KY 40299

Are pets, inline skates, bikes, motorized scooters, or skateboards allowed at the Race?
For the safety of all participants, pets, inline skates, bikes, scooters, skateboards and pets are not allowed at the Race.

Are strollers and wheelchairs allowed on the Race course?
Yes, however for safety reasons we require that participants using them line up behind those who are running.

How do I run competitively in the Race?
Competitive timing chips will not be provided by Komen Louisville this year.

How does a breast cancer survivor determine which group to walk with in the survivor ceremony?
An individual is considered a breast cancer survivor from the time of the breast cancer diagnosis. For example, someone diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2004 would be a 10-year breast cancer survivor at the time of the 2014 Louisville Race in October.

Can we sell merchandise for fundraising on Race day?
Teams or individuals are not allowed to sell merchandise on Race day.

Who do we make the check payable to?
Please make all checks payable to: Komen Louisville. On the check memo line, please include your name or your team name.

What is the registration rate for children under Kids for the Cure?
Registration for ages 0-18 is $15.

Should I bring money on Race Day?
Yes! We will be selling Komen merchandise all day!!

 

Clydesdale Social/Celebration on Saturday October 11th from 1800 - 2200

We are looking for a head count for the Social this weekend.  Please reply back if you will be attending and how many will  be joining you.

We will have our next Clydesdale Social/Celebration on Saturday October 11th from 1800 - 2200.  The event will be held at David Adams compound.  The club will provide the meat, chicken, Pork, Bread and Water.  Members will supply appetizers, sides/ veggies and desserts.  Please see the list below to see what you bring.  This will be a BYOB event. 

Please try to attend the event.  We hope that Rob "Doc" Levine will be joining us that night.

Proposed food last name split:

A-I = appetizers

J-P = side dish

Q-W = dessert

 

Address:

2701 Flat Rock Rd

Louisville, KY 40245

Dave lives in Hermitage Ridge. 

Weekend Rides

Saturday October 4th

Blairwood Ride - Start time is 0800.  We would like to start at 0800 so please try and get to the ride early.

 

Sunday 5th

Blairwood Spin training - 0700

John will be doing a training ride on the Spin bikes for us.  The weather is not supposed to be good so we will go inside.  You can pay the guest rate of $10 per visit or take advantage of the Clydesdale Group rate.

Blairwood has offered us a Clydesdale Group rate.  $49 for single, $79 for couple and $99 for family.  We are encouraging members to join and take advance of these prices.  The majority of our winter training will be conducted on the spin bikes.  We will also be arranging more Spin classes for our group.  Also you will have full access to the weight room and pools.  We will also have group swim lessons and training during the winter for those wanting to do a Triathlon next year.

Clydesdale Social/Celebration

Mark your Calendar 

We will have our next Clydesdale Social/Celebration on Saturday October 11th from 1800 - 2200.  The event will be held at David Adams compound.  The club will provide the meat, chicken, Pork, Bread and Water.  Members will supply appetizers, sides/ veggies and desserts.  Please see the list below to see what you bring.  This will be a BYOB event. 

Please try to attend the event.  We hope that Rob "Doc" Levine will be joining us that night.

Proposed food last name split:

A-I = appetizers

J-P = side dish

Q-W = dessert

BTBC Recap

Members,

We had a very successful Norton Bike to Beat Cancer this year.  We have raised to date $25,528.05.  That is a huge number.  We started the Clydesdale A.C. in April of 2013.  We have raised a total of $42,528.05 for Diabetes and Cancer since then.  As a group we should be very proud of that number.  Once again THANK YOU to everyone for their time and fellowship.  

 

The Council

 

Louisville Race for the Cure® is on Saturday, October 11, 2014

Bring the entire Family

Race Information

Registration Details:

ENTRY FEES

  • Adult Participant: $30
  • Kids for the Cure® Participant: $15 – 18 and under
  • Sleep In for the Cure® Participant: $35 – Shirts will be mailed to Sleep In participants free of charge

Registration Deadlines:

  • Online registration will continue through Friday, October 10th at 5PM
  • You may register in person at the Komen Race Store in Oxmoor Center – September 27th through October 10th
  • On-site registration and packet pick-up will begin at 6:45AM at Slugger Field on Race day

 Individual and Team packet pick-up will take place at the Komen Race Store October 6 – 10.

 

For more information:
Email support@komenlouisville.org or call 502.495.7824.

Race Information FAQs

When is the Race?
The 19th Annual Komen Louisville Race for the Cure® is on Saturday, October 11, 2014. On-site registration will begin at 6:45am, and the pre-Race celebration will begin at 7:00am! This event will occur rain or shine. We reserve the right to cancel in extreme circumstances. In that event, there will be no refunds; rather, your entry fee will be used as a donation to the Komen Louisville Race for the Cure®.

Can I register as a participant the day of the Race?
Yes! Registration will begin at 6:45am Race day.

What is the final date for individual registration?
Participants can register online or at the Komen Race Store through Friday, October 10th OR on-site at Slugger Field the morning of the Race.

Where do I send donations and registration fees?
Please try to register and donate online first! Our mailing address is as follows: Susan G. Komen Louisville – 2301 Hurstbourne Village Drive/Suite 700 – Louisville, KY 40299

Are pets, inline skates, bikes, motorized scooters, or skateboards allowed at the Race?
For the safety of all participants, pets, inline skates, bikes, scooters, skateboards and pets are not allowed at the Race.

Are strollers and wheelchairs allowed on the Race course?
Yes, however for safety reasons we require that participants using them line up behind those who are running.

How do I run competitively in the Race?
Competitive timing chips will not be provided by Komen Louisville this year.

How does a breast cancer survivor determine which group to walk with in the survivor ceremony?
An individual is considered a breast cancer survivor from the time of the breast cancer diagnosis. For example, someone diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2004 would be a 10-year breast cancer survivor at the time of the 2014 Louisville Race in October.

Can we sell merchandise for fundraising on Race day?
Teams or individuals are not allowed to sell merchandise on Race day.

Who do we make the check payable to?
Please make all checks payable to: Komen Louisville. On the check memo line, please include your name or your team name.

What is the registration rate for children under Kids for the Cure?
Registration for ages 0-18 is $15.

Should I bring money on Race Day?
Yes! We will be selling Komen merchandise all day!!

 

Clydesdale BTBC weekend update

Friday

1700 - The Compound will be up and running.

1830 - We will Start grilling.  Bring chairs and any other items you might need

We will have two RV's to store any gear you want to leave for the ride.  Also David Adams will have his trailer setup to store bikes over night.

Saturday

0645 - Breakfast will be setup and ready.  Breakfast is being provided by Heitzman's

0700 - Jerry from Middletown Cycle will be setup to look at bikes.  HE WILL NOT BE DOING TUNE UPS.  Jerry will also be our support vehicle for the entire ride.  He will assist us with flat tires and carry spare parts.  Advocare will provide water/hydration drink at each sag stop for us only.  We are asking that each rider bring $5.00 for this service.  Please give the $5.00 to Scott Andrews.

0800 - The ride starts.  We will have ride captains for each group. 

after 1230 - There will be two massage therapists.  The costs will be $10 for 10 minutes,

1330 (approx) - I would ask all those that can make it to please stay around after the the ride.  Rob "Doc" Levine will be joining us after the 65 mile ride.  It would be great if we could all be there to see him.

We will begin our post ride activities as soon as the 65 mile group is finished.  We will have food and beverages for all to enjoy.  The band that played at the fund raiser will again play for us on Saturday.  Please tip them well.

We will need help with setup and tare down after the event.

Remember: Fellowship, Fitness and Charity at all times

 

 

BTBC Cancer update from the organizers

We’re just two days away from the big day! We know you are logging the hours to prepare for Saturday, and the donations are flying in as you are working hard to meet your fundraising goals! We wanted to send you a few reminders in preparation for Saturday.

  • Rider registration is on Friday, Sept. 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. (for 35, 65 and 100 mile riders) and from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the Family Riders at Kosair Children’s Medical Center – Brownsboro, second floor, 4910 Chamberlain Lane, Louisville, Ky. 
  • Please bring any last-minute donations to rider registration on Friday or Saturday.
  • Don’t forget to watch the Bike to Beat Cancer safety video
  • Survivors-don’t forget to stand near the front during Opening Ceremonies at 8 a.m., as you will lead the way in our “Survivor Parade” thanks to support from Celgene
  • Parking is available in two different locations: Norton Medical Plaza-Brownsboro II (located across from Kosair Children’s Medical Center-Brownsboro) and Norton Medical Plaza – Brownsboro (on the Norton Brownsboro Hospital campus).  Make sure you check out the schedule of events on the Bike to Beat Cancer website. The Opening Ceremony begins at 8 a.m. for our 35-, 65- and 100-mile riders and at 12 p.m. for our Family Riders.

If you have any questions before Saturday, feel free to reach out to us at (502) 629-8060 or guide@biketobeatcancer.org. We look forward to seeing you Saturday!

P.S. We want to congratulate Brian Haskel of Team Trilogy, the winner of our contest for the new Cannondale SuperSix Evo 6 105 bike!  Brian raised more than $7,500 to become one of our champions and now gets to enjoy riding this awesome bike!

Norton BTBC Ride update

We are one week away from the Norton BTBC ride.  This is just a reminder that we have several guys that have not reached the $400.00 min requirement for fund raising. 

Also if for some reason you can't make the ride please let me know.

Pre-race festivities

Friday

We will have our team HQ setup on the side of Cabelas in their RV/Truck parking lot. 

Friday night - BBQ and Social

Saturday

Breakfast from Heitzman's

We will have TWO great massage therapists for after the ride.  $10 for 10 min.  Same as all other rides.

Cookout after the 65 mile riders return.

I will be sending out more info next week.

Weekend Rides - Please look at the time changes

Here are the rides for this weekend

September 13th - 0800 ride time

Meet at Blairwood - Plan on a 30+ mile ride - Scott Andrews and Tom Fuchs will be the RC's for this ride.

Those wanting to do less can turn back at Beckley Station park.  Pick a group and settle in for the ride.

September 14th - 0730 ride time

Meet at Cabelas

We will do a nice easy 25-28 mile ride - James Neumann will be the RC for this ride.

 

 

Weekend rides for September 6th & 7th

Here are the rides for this weekend

September 6th - 0730 ride time

Meet at Oates Flag - 10951 Electron Drive (They have a large Flag in front of the office)

We will head out for a nice 30+ mile ride - Trey Oates and Rob "Missile" Morrison will be the RC's for this ride.

Those wanting to do less can turn back at the 10-15 mile mark.  Pick a group and settle in for the ride.

September 7th - 0700 ride time

Meet at Cabelas

We will do a nice easy 25-28 mile ride - Rob  Morrison will be the RC for this ride.