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Just Graduated College Seniors Ride for Loved Ones With Diabetes Cycling Cross Country to Raise Funds to Help Find a Cure
Date:5/28/2010

Three best friends commence 3,300 mile bike ride from Santa Monica Pier to New York City in an effort to raise funds and awareness for critical diabetes research.

(PRWEB) May 28, 2010 -- Cyclists ride cross-country to help raise funds for American Diabetes Association.

Through rain and shine, three fellow graduates ride for the love of their lives.

Beginning Sunday, June 6 through July 28, three best friends and fellow graduating seniors from Azusa Pacific University launch their not-for profit organization, Connect for the CURE™ and commence their 3,300 mile bike ride from the Santa Monica Pier to New York City in an effort to raise funds and awareness for critical diabetes research. Funds raised go directly to the American Diabetes Association, whose mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information or to donate, please visit Connect for the Cure website (www.connectforthecure.net).

Leading the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and for those affected is college senior and aspiring pro baseball player Ryan Rosenhahn, along with two fellow students, also just graduated seniors, Christian Gagne and Matthew Kaiser who team up with the ADA’s Tour de Cure® as they commence their tour at 10 AM in Santa Monica and stop in over 42 cities in 14 states and terminate the ride in Manhattan July 28. Their reason: The three riders and car driver all have friends and loved ones with diabetes.

“Watching my fiancé fight type 1 diabetes makes me feel powerless but at the same time, propels me to help raise funds for research,” says Ryan Rosenhahn, 23, who is literally passionate about the prevention and cure. Rosenhahn, who fell in love with his
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