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Bike MS: Dat's How We Roll 2017

Team Beehive

Team Beehive is pleased to announce that they will be riding again in Bike MS: Dat’s How We Roll 2017.

Team Beehive was started in 2014 with the sole purpose of cycling 150 miles from Hammond LA. to Percy Quinn MS. to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) research, services and more. We are happy to announce we are riding those 150 miles again this year October 7th & 8th.
We ride for several people we know afflicted with MS, and for those dear to our hearts. We would like to introduce a few of these special people to you, Dana, Mike and Jack each suffering from a different level of MS.

Dana was diagnosed 26 years ago with MS she worked as a barber stylist 30 plus years, she recently retired 3 years ago and is now confined to a wheel chair full time and struggles every day. Dana needs assistance with household chores. She has minimal use of her legs and right arm just cooking a meal is extremely hard.

Mike was diagnosed 16 years ago yet he is still able to work full time and continues to ride his bike (yes he rides the 150 miles), yet he still struggles daily with tasks like walking, sometimes his feet drag and he trips over them. Fatigue from heat can affect his whole day causing him to not think correctly along with minor memory loss.

Jack was diagnosed 19 years ago. He is in a wheelchair, does not have use of his left hand and has memory loss along with cognitive problems. Even the smallest tasks are a struggle. Jack is about to begin his 8th MS drug, he is very hopeful on the outcome.

Dana, Mike and Jack fight on like so many others in hope that there will be an end to Multiple Sclerosis!

We also ride in honor of Ann Moffitt 2017 

 Ms. Ann Moffitt, passed away from complications of Multiple Sclerosis. Ann was a wonderful lady who served our fallen soldiers as a combat military nurse, and later in life as one of the best and most highly regarded nurse anesthetists in Baton Rouge working primarily at the OLOL Medical Center. She and her partner never hesitated to take on the most challenging cases, especially caring for pediatric surgery patients, a specialty often shunned by her contemporaries because of their complexity and inherent dangers. Ann was a sweet and wonderful lady, who eventually had to quit working when she began having trouble standing and maintaining her balance. Her love and bravery served her fellow humans well during her life, and I consider it an honor for us to ride in her memory. Please help me in honoring her as we ride this year and every year after that......


Bike MS is a physical challenge for cyclists of every level, but it’s so much more than just a ride. The camaraderie, passion, and memories that come from sharing this experience with our team will stay with us for a lifetime. Bike MS is a weekend-long and LIFE-long opportunity to make a difference in your own life, and in the world. It’s a group effort that transcends personal accomplishment and touches the lives of the thousands of people affected by MS in our community. Join us! It’s more than a ride—it’s Bike MS.

About MS
Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling, disease of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Millions of people are affected by MS and the challenges of living with its unpredictable symptoms, which range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are moving us closer to a world free of MS.

Join our team!
Your gift helps support cutting-edge research and programs and services for everyone impacted by MS. Ending MS means no one will receive an MS diagnosis again. Every dollar helps. Every connection matters.

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Progress: 113.72%

Goal $10,000.00 Achieved $11,372.00

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