Press Release August 03, 2008

Goodwin Procter's Pan-Mass Challenge 2008 Team

On August 2-3, 2008, the members of Team Goodwin Procter joined thousands of bicyclists for the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge. Presented by the Boston Red Sox Foundation and, the Pan-Mass Challenge is the nation’s original fundraising bike-a-thon for cancer that raises more money than any other athletic fundraising event in the country. Goodwin's cyclists traveled from 85 to 160+ miles during their two-day journey to raise money to beat cancer. The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge began in 1980 and has contributed more than $200 million to lifesaving cancer research and treatment at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.

This year, through the generous donations on behalf of Team Goodwin, our small group of riders was able to raise an impressive $60,604! Since the Pan-Mass Challenge event is funded entirely by donated services, every dollar that was contributed will directly support advances in cancer research.

Please click here to read about the bike-a-thon in the words of our riders from inside the race! Way to go team! RIDE ON!