CC man to take part in Great Cycle Challenge



Falter to ride 810 miles for Children’s Cancer Research


Joel Falter, a Culver City resident, plans to ride 810 miles and raise $20,000 during the month of June for Children’s Cancer Research Fund (CCRF), in support of its 5th annual Great Cycle Challenge USA.

Founded in 2015, Great Cycle Challenge USA has grown to become one of the biggest cycling events in the country. In just four years, more than 153,000 riders from 50 states have ridden 12 million miles, raising more than $16 million for research and the development of better treatments and cures for childhood cancer. This year, CCRF hopes more than 50,000 riders will help it raise $8.2 million.

“Over 15,000 American children are diagnosed with cancer every year and, sadly, 38 children die every week,” said John Hallberg, Chief Executive Officer at Children’s Cancer Research Fund. “Thanks to riders like Joel, we’re fueling groundbreaking research to save lives and give kids the brighter future they deserve.”

“This is the fourth time I have participated in Great Cycle Challenge,” said Joel Falter. “During those years, I rode 2,180 miles and raised $53,581.19. This year, I am aiming to raise $20,000 and ride 810 miles.”

To learn more about Joel’s Great Cycle Challenge USA and to make a donation, visit To participate in Great Cycle Challenge USA, visit


About Great Cycle Challenge USA

Great Cycle Challenge USA encourages cyclists across the United States to challenge themselves and set their own personal riding goal throughout June to fight kids’ cancer. Riders fundraise to save lives and give kids the brighter future they deserve.

For more information, visit

About Children’s Cancer Research Fund: Children’s Cancer Research Fund invests in groundbreaking research that is leading to better treatments and cures for children with cancer. CCRF also funds vital family support services and advocates for childhood cancer education and awareness. Since 1981, CCRF donors have helped fund research that has

revolutionized the way childhood cancer is treated worldwide.

Visit or call 1-888-422-7348 to learn more.


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