Pelotonia riders is ready to board their bikes again, but there are plenty of other ways to help support Ohio State&rsquo;s cancer research through the annual event. Each year, hundreds of participants come together to participate in Pelotonia, a weekend bike ride that&rsquo;s raised more than $200 million for cancer research at the OSUCCC &ndash; James over the past 13 years. Over the years, though, the event has grown to include fundraisers who make their marks off their bikes through the Pelotonia Challenge platform, which allows people to raise money through endeavors of their own choosing. &ldquo;You don't have to show up on ride weekend, but instead do something that sort of challenges you to a personal goal or mission &mdash; something to use as a fundraising mechanism with your donors,&rdquo; Pelotonia president Joe Apgar says. &ldquo;The number one fundraising tip we give everybody is to send a personal note, personal email or a personal social post.&rdquo; The event has become a beloved tradition in Ohio, with thousands of people participating over its run, including many who ride each year, helping to support groundbreaking cancer research at Ohio State, including the Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology. &ldquo;Cancer Research is accelerating at a pace that we've never seen before,&rdquo; Apgar says. &ldquo;People are living longer, healthier lives because of that, and we're thrilled to be a part of it.&rdquo; Register for Pelotonia 2022 as a rider, virtual rider, volunteer or challenger.