This year – the 35th year of the challenge – roughly 5,700 riders are participating, according to Jackie Herskovitz, the Pan-Mass Challenge spokesperson.
Riders choose from 12 routes that range from 25 to 190 miles. The ride has three starting lines in Sturbridge, Wellesley and Bourne, and five finish lines: two in Provincetown and one each in Foxborough, Wellesley and Bourne.
At press time, the challenge has raised roughly $26 million, all of which goes to research and patient care at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute via the Jimmy Fund.
The goal this year is $40 million. The final day to donate is Oct. 1, she said.You can read the full article in the Milford Daily News here
|PanMass Challenge in 2013|
You can still donate via this link: https://www2.pmc.org/donation.asp
For more info on Dana Farber you can visit there page