Video Reporter: Prostate Cancer Bike-a-Thon Draws More Than 100 Cyclists

The sights and sounds of the Renaissance Community Development Credit Union’s 6th Annual Bke-a-Thon for prostate cancer awareness, which attracted more than 100 riders Sept. 21. Several courses, up to 50 miles, were offered The ride is done in conjunction with Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center.

Participants could go on a 3-mile walk/ride through Colonial Park, or bike rides of 10, 30 and 50 miles.

Money raised goes to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Foundation, which will provide three days of free prostate cancer screenings to the cyclists and men throughout Middlesex and Somerset counties.

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