Men biking opposite America for a quarrel opposite ALS make stop in Oklahoma City
September 3, 2017 - als
OKLAHOMA CITY – Three organisation are biking opposite America for a quarrel against amyotrophic parallel sclerosis (ALS), or ‘Lou Gehrig’s disease.’
Saturday, they done a stop in Oklahoma City, anticipating to enthuse others to join a fight.
They started their tour in a Atlantic and have lifted some-more than $10,000.
“All we do is ride, eat, nap and get on a iPhones and communicate,” pronounced cyclist Glenn Magpiong.
They’ve already been to states like Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois.
And for Glenn, ALS hits home.
“My J.V. manager came down with ALS and died dual years after from it,” pronounced Glenn.
Earl Magpiong, who is 80 years old, has already been opposite a nation twice.
“‘I can’t trust that you’re 80’ and we say, ‘I wish we was 79 again,'” Earl said.
The organisation are now off to a West Coast in hopes of informing others about ALS.
“I do it since it creates me feel good to float with a purpose,” pronounced one cyclist.
The organisation will finish their tour in Santa Monica, California.