Padres Pedal the Cause is dedicated to bringing an end to cancer through an annual two-day cycling challenge held each November. Over 2,000 riders will take to the roads this November and raise critically needed funds for cancer research in San Diego. Since 2013 we have donated over $4.75 million to cancer research and funded […]
We are excited to announce today the awarding of $750,000 to fund 12 collaborative research grants to three National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Centers in San Diego – along with Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego. The NCI-Designated Cancer Center recipients are Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, […]
Early diagnosis often means a much higher likelihood of successful cancer treatment, so it’s important to do everything you can to detect cancer as soon as possible. When it comes to early cancer detection, it’s important to know a number of things, including your family cancer history and what signs to watch out for. You […]
How to White List Pedal Emails Our reports are showing that some of our emails are getting caught in your Spam and Junk filters. We put together this how-to article to help you whitelist our email address to ensure that emails are making it through to your Inbox. These emails include registration confirmations, payment, and […]
Join us for a night of food, drinks, music and fun at Beaumont’s Eatery – proceeds to benefit Padres Pedal On Thursday, May 25th Beaumont’s Eatery is inviting all to stop by and help raise money to help fund cancer research in San Diego. Starting at 5 p.m. until close, 40% of all proceeds for the […]
Padres Pedal the Cause at two Bike to Work Day Pit Stops on May 18th! It’s May and that means it’s Bike Month across the US. We’re all about a healthy lifestyle and promoting cycling as a great way to stay active and fit. An easy and convenient way to incorporate more cycling into your routine […]
Testicular cancer affects about 1 in 263 males at some point in their lifetime. The average age of men diagnosed is 33, though it can occur in children and older men. Although the incidence of testicular cancer has been increasing in the U.S. and is currently the leading cancer in men between the ages of […]
Being diagnosed with cancer or having a loved one get diagnosed with cancer can be a scary and uncertain time in your life. There are many misconceptions out there about cancer treatment, statistics, and coping mechanisms. Inform yourself on what’s real and what’s false by taking our cancer myths and facts quiz.