14 Year Old Cyclist Aims to Raise $20,000 for Livestrong

Luke Nefus (via http://lukeisthebikeman.blogspot.com/)

Last year, Luke Neafus raised $10,000 dollars for the Livestrong foundation. This year the 14-year-old aims to double that through the Luke’s 5 Line Ride, a one day, 110 mile ride, touching 5 states in the Panhandle of Oklahoma on September 8th. Registration for the ride is $250 but $200 of that is tax-deductible as a donation to Livestrong. Full details about the ride can be found here and registration is available at USA Cycling. If you can’t make the ride, you can donate to the cause by going to Luke’s Livestrong page. You can follow along with Luke’s great efforts by following his active twitter account at @luckes5line.

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