We ride in support of our loved ones who are battling this disease. We ride in memory of those taken by it...

The Brooklyn Brothers

Team Brooklyn Brothers is eager to return for its second ride in the CT Challenge, this July 30. We ride in support of our loved ones who are battling this disease. We ride in memory of those taken by it. We foresee a world where surviving cancer is the norm. And where being a survivor means being stronger than ever.

CT Challenge believes the end of treatment is just the beginning. They empower everyone on the other side of cancer to live longer, dream bigger, push further.

The funds from this ride will support survivors of all ages – from summer camps for kids, to adventure trips for young adults, to the groundbreaking programs being pioneered at the Center for Survivorship.

Please join us. Donate at www.ctchallenge.org, and you’ll help change lives. Ride with us, and you’ll get a spiffy blue jersey. You can sign up for our team here.

This is for Yolanda, Sheila, Beatrice, and so many others. Thanks so much.

Sprockets - Norwalk Hospital Whittingham

Team Sprockets is a diverse group of “Linked Individuals Making a Difference,” united by our bright jersey and positive outlook. 

Team Navigators

We believe that corporate responsibility includes being a meaningful and active part of the communities in which we work and conduct business. Our employees and brokers fly in from as far away as Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and even London to share in this unique experience.

Team Sherpa

A Goal + Commitment, Passion, Resolve, Focus, and a Solid Plan led by sure-footed guides = Team Sherpa!

The Susan Fund

The Susan Fund Team rides to fund college scholarships for cancer survivors attending schools across the country.

The Center Team

We ride because we love Joyce-our captain, the Mission Training Center and the amazing programs offered there.

BMW of Bridgeport

We are a diverse team made up of employees, customers, family and friends. Each of us rides in honor of loved ones battling this disease or in memory of ones who lost the fight.