Being Bright Pink is not just about being aware; it's about taking action. Be bold, and take action to detect breast and ovarian cancer at early, non life-threatening stages, or reduce your risk of developing them altogether. A portion of proceeds from Tri for the Cure benefit the non-profit Bright Pink..
There's nothing like having your friends and family cheering for you on race day. There are plenty of ways to help them have a great day, too! Here are a few amenities they should know about:
The best seating is located at the race's finish line. The Tri has added more seating than ever as well as shady areas to keep your cheering section cool and comfy.
The Tri has opened the transition area for racers to come and go as they like. Rack your bike, then visit with your supporters before it's time for your wave.
Tell your supporters ages 21 and older to swing by the beer tent for a free frosty cup of brew. There will be water stations positioned throughout the spectator and exhibit area.
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