Pan Mass Challenge
Riders in the 2014 Pan-Mass rode across the Finish LIne in Provincetown to the sound of cow bells and cheers.
The 190-mile bike-a-thon takes place in several stages and ends in Provincetown.
Pam Elrod rode the PMC for a friend who lost her cancer battle but she believes the event helped save her own life.
The Pan Mass Challenge is teaming up with one of Boston’s best known beer-makers for a special beer.
A Norfolk father and his cancer survivor son threw out the first pitch on Pan Mass Challenge Day at Fenway Park.
With more than 5,800 riders taking part in the Pan-Mass Challenge, one Wayland family stands out for going all in.
Michelle Sanders is a Bedford pediatrician and cancer survivor and that’s what she was facing when she decided it was time to ride.
A group of 150 kids in Belmont rode their bikes for cancer research Sunday in the Pan Mass Challenge kids ride.
A kickoff party at Fenway Park on Saturday introduced hundreds of bicyclists to their inspiration for the 192-mile Pan Mass Challenge.
Kelly Bregman’sfather, Ed, has always been there for her. Last year she stepped up to support him in his cancer fight and this summer they will ride the Pan Mass Challenge together.