Day 6Andy and Ken powered through an impressive 73-mile ride, conquering an elevation of 1270 feet as they journeyed from Hazelhurst, GA to Hinesville, GA.The team’s dedication to raising prostate cancer awareness continues to inspire us all! Despite the challenges of the journey, their unwavering commitment to the cause remains steadfast.Family history plays a significant role in prostate cancer risk. If a man has a close relative, such as a father or brother, who has had prostate cancer, his risk of developing the disease is higher compared to men without a family history. The risk increases further if multiple family members have been affected. It's essential for men with a family history of prostate cancer to be vigilant about regular screenings and discuss their risk factors with their healthcare providers. Early detection can be particularly crucial for those with a higher risk due to family history. Stay tuned for more updates as they continue their inspiring journey! Donate here https://www.simonsaysbike.org/.../donations-to-fight... or via VENMO @simonsaysbike No contribution is too small!Keep talking to your family and friends about this cause and directing them to Https://www.simonsaysbike.org where everyone can all learn more about this cause, the cyclists, the story behind the trip, and keep track of our progress towards our goal and see the donor list grow!! God bless you all!
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