During our 20 Colors/ 20 Bikes event, individuals will join an online spin class throughout the day, ride in their neighborhood or on a stationary bike in honor of or in memory of someone special in their lives touched by cancer. An exciting silent auction will also be set up online to entice our supporters! Afterwards, a post party event will be held at Easy Tiger to celebrate the day!

March 26th
9:00am - 4:00pm

Register to Ride or Sponsor!

Our Sponsors

Where can I ride?
Anywhere!  Join an online spin class throughout the day, ride in your neighborhood or on a stationary bike in honor of or in memory of someone special in your life touched by cancer.  Encourage your family and friends to do the same.!

How can I let others know I’m participating? Register to sign up.  Once you register, a link will be sent via email to set up your fundraising page.  Please share your photos and walk day festivities on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #20Colors20Bikes and @Regarding.Cancer. 

WHAT COLOR WILL YOU BE RIDING FOR?
Did you know that each type of cancer has its own color?  We encourage you to wear the color that represents the type of cancer that has impacted your life on your ride!

All cancers | LAVENDER
Bladder cancer | YELLOW
Brain cancer | GREY
Breast cancer | PINK
Cervical cancer | TEAL & WHITE
Childhood cancer | GOLD
Colon cancer | DARK BLUE
Esophageal cancer | PERIWINKLE
Head and Neck cancer |  BURGUNDY & IVORY
Colon cancer | DARK BLUE
Kidney cancer | ORANGE
Leukemia | ORANGE
Liver cancer | EMERALD GREEN
Lung cancer | WHITE
Lymphoma | LIME GREEN
Melanoma | BLACK
Multiple Myeloma | BURGUNGY
Ovarian cancer | TEAL
Pancreatic cancer | PURPLE
Prostate cancer | LIGHT BLUE
Sarcoma/Bone cancer | YELLOW
Stomach cancer |  PERIWINKLE BLUE
Testicular cancer | ORCHID
Thyroid cancer | TEAL, PINK & BLUE
Uterine cancer | PEACH

If you have any questions, please contact Diana at Diana@RegardingCancer.org.

Regarding Cancer

Regarding Cancer provides psychosocial support and resources to those with cancer and their caregivers by matching newly diagnosed patients with a peer survivor of the same cancer or caregivers of cancer patients. Regarding Cancer’s innovative program has trained over 260 cancer survivors and caregivers to provide coping skills that enable those with cancer to regain a sense of control, reduce isolation, and restore hope. Trained volunteers also visit with patients and their caregivers at 18 Central Texas oncology infusion centers and hospitals to offer comfort, support and information about community resources. Regarding Cancer is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.