My Team: Wheels of Justice 2019 - Our 14th Year!
We are the largest team riding annually in the Courage Classic, a challenging 2-day bicycle tour, covering 157 miles over several mountain passes and a fundraiser benefiting Children's Hospital Colorado. This is my first year!
This year our team will honor the memory of Nathan Gehris.
Who we are
Many of our riders and supporters are from the Colorado legal community (that's me), Doctors, patients & their families. All Wheels of Justice Funds go directly to the Children's Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. We are so much more than the biggest team in the tour, we are family. Riders have gotten married, Wheels Babies have been born, and we have shared many hours together! We would love for you to be a part of our team.
We offer training rides, great apparel, kick-off parties, first year mentors and so much more!
In 2018 our team raised over $375,000 for the Children’s Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders – taking first-place in the Team competition and bringing our twelve-year total as a team to almost $3.8 million.
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I am supporting the Courage Classic for patients like Chase.
Chase was born 2 months early in full cardiac arrest and spent nearly 3 months in the Children’s Hospital Colorado NICU. He continues to face challenges ranging from respiratory issues to partial blindness.
Chase asked his mom, Laura, if he could ride with her in the Courage Classic Bicycle Tour. Given his medical challenges, this was no small feat, but Chase was determined to learn to ride a bike. After a lot of hard work (and falls), Chase rode with Laura's Durango Derailers Team of family and friends across the Courage Classic finish line -- a true testament to his courage and strength against all odds.
Chase will not be the last child to face a life-threatening illness, and his family will not be the last to navigate a frightening diagnosis.
The Courage Classic is not only a personal challenge, but also an opportunity to support positive outcomes and healthier futures for children.