Saturday, September 4, 2010

Alzheimer's Breakthrough Ride Arrives in Cleveland on September 13

The Alzheimer's Breakthrough Ride is a cross-continental bike ride to build awareness and Congressional support to fight Alzheimer's Disease, conceived by Dr. Bruce Lamb, a researcher at The Cleveland Clinic and professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

The ride started in San Francisco on July 17, and will end in Washington, DC on September 21. The group arrives in Cleveland on September 13. You can meet Dr. Lamb, as well as other riders, including researchers Dr. Sanjay Pimplikar and Dr. Bill Lynch.

When: Monday, September 13, 2010, 8:00am
Where: Crile Mall on E. 100th St. between Carnegie and Euclid
Parking: E. 100th St. Garage at corner of Carnegie

Please come rain or shine!
  • Meet the riders
  • Cheer the riders as they depart at 8:15am
  • Play the Brainiac game and get a squishy brain!
  • Sign the Congressional petition!
See for more information.

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