Pelotonia 17 Raises RecordRiders, virtual riders and donors in Pelotonia 17, the ninth installment of the annual grassroots cycling event that generates money for cancer research at Ohio State, raised a record $26.2 million, bringing the event’s nine-year fundraising total to $157 million. Donors from all 50 states and more than 60 countries contributed to the funds raised by the event’s 282 pelotons (riding groups).

“The Pelotonia movement is proof that true social impact depends on a community of people working together,” says Pelotonia President and CEO Doug Ulman. “In 2017, our community rallied for our cause in an unprecedented fashion—breaking fundraising and participation records and living up to their name as the Greatest Team Ever.”

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