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Bikers of all skill levels participated in the 2009 Ride Cincinnati event.
Glendon Zinser, PhD
Glendon Zinser, PhD, of UC's cancer and cell biology department, received a pilot grant from Ride Cincinnati to study vitamin D as a way of preventing breast cancer.

Bikers of all skill levels participated in the 2009 Ride Cincinnati event.

Ride Cincinnati

Allison Gordon, Eileen Barrett and Harvey Harris, DDS, were key in Ride Cincinnati's success.

Kids were also able to participate in Ride Cincinnati through a bike rally.
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Publish Date: 05/10/10
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June 13 'Ride Cincinnati' Event Benefits Breast Cancer Research

CINCINNATI—Cyclists of all ages and skill levels are invited to pedal across Greater Cincinnati for breast cancer awareness at the fourth annual Ride Cincinnati.  

Ride Cincinnati is an annual cycling event benefiting local breast cancer research conducted at the University of Cincinnati (UC). The family-friendly event takes place Sunday, June 13, at Yeatman’s Cove/Sawyer Point.
Event organizers plan to donate all proceeds from the event to the UC Barrett Cancer Institute at University Hospital to support local breast cancer clinical, translational and basic research programs.
In its first three years, the event has raised more than $500,000 for breast cancer research projects on a variety of topics, including basic science studies to develop novel antiestrogens in breast cancer and to explore the role of vitamin D3 activation in adipocytes (fat cells) in breast cell development.
Ride Cincinnati was founded by Harvey Harris, DDS, Ronald Stern and Craig Cowit, three
Cincinnati men whose families have been touched by breast cancer. The event is dedicated to the life of Marlene Harris and all women who have been affected by breast cancer.
Ride Cincinnati cyclists and families can choose to ride distances ranging from 8.2 to 62.8 miles. All routes start at Yeatman’s Cove, but at staggered times throughout the morning:

• 6:30 a.m.— 62.8-mile ride
• 7:30 a.m.—45.2-mile ride
• 8:30 a.m.—26- and 18.4-mile rides
• 9 a.m.—8.2-mile ride

Children up to age 8 can participate in a one-mile Kids Bike Rally, starting at 10 a.m., and ride through Sawyer Point. After the Kids Bike Rally, each child will receive a participation medal and take part in free celebration activities including balloon artists, magicians, a jump house, food and music.
All registered riders are invited to attend a post-event celebration, where there will be live music, entertainment, massages and complimentary refreshments. The adult participant who raises the most personal sponsorship money will receive a Trek 1.5 bike, courtesy of Trek Bicycle Store of Cincinnati. Children are also eligible for prizes based on fundraising goals.
For more information or to register, visit To volunteer at the event, e-mail

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