A team of 20 riders has been selected for the Bristol-Myers Squibb Tour of Hope, a week long charity ride across the USA to raise awareness for
cancer. Almost 1,200 people involved in the cancer community applied for a spot in the team, which will between October 1-9 ride 3,500 miles from Los
Angeles to Washington, DC. Joining them will be cancer survivor and five time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.
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