Rachel Shen – First Week Back!
Chantelle Cancel – Milestone: $1,000 Fundraising Goal
McKay Dendy – in times of uncertainty
Anthony Edgington – To My 2020 Team
Phillip Woolley – Last Words
Devika Raju – Day 3: The Sweetest Start
Anthony Edgington – Dear Carlie
Scia Verma – Novembers – May 13, 2020
Devika Raju – 5/9/20: A Letter to the CPE Parking Lot
Lindsay Leach – Lessons from Injury
Miles Chandler – Ride year update
Anthony Edgington – A sign of hope
Chris Kujalowicz – The Spirit of the Hills
Emily Kuster – 2019 update!
Lindsay Leach – Lessons from Training Camp
Congratulations to the 2021 Team for completing their 70-day summer ride, engaging communities in the fight against cancer, and spreading hope, knowledge, and charity across the country!
Cycling jerseys, dri-fit shirts and polos, coffee mugs, water bottles, hats, and more!
I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer when I was 13. I ride for my family. For all of the physicians, nurses, and friends who supported me through chemo and who continue to support me in my mission.
Donate now and support Texas 4000’s mission to cultivate student leaders and engage communities in the fight against cancer.
70 days. 4 routes. Join us on the longest annual charity bike ride in the world as we fight against cancer by raising funds for cancer research and sharing hope, knowledge, and charity throughout the continent.
Texas 4000 was named Philanthropy Day 2021 Outstanding Philanthropic Foundation/Organization of the Year by the Greater Austin Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals on March 11, 2021.
Texas 4000 cultivates student leaders and engages communities in the fight against cancer. We share hope, knowledge and charity in the fight against cancer through our cornerstone event, a 4,000+ mile bike ride from Austin to Anchorage. Join Us →
Tell us about a friend or loved one struggling with the effects of cancer, and we'll dedicate our ride to them the following day.