On Saturday, Craig Babst, of Linthicum, will strap on his biking cleats and hit the road from Baltimore to Florida, all to help young cancer survivors, according to The Maryland Gazette.
Babst's wife, Amy, was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2008, and fought the cancer into remission, all while giving birth to two little girls, reports the Gazette.
Babst will bike up to 100 miles a day as part of a team that will make stops down the east coast promoting cancer awareness and raising funds for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. Anyone interested in donating to Babst's team can follow this link.
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