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Hundreds bike through the CSRA for PaceDay 2022.

7 reasons to participate in PaceDay 2023

Logos for Georgia Cancer Center and PaceDay 2023
1. 100% of all fundraising supports innovative cancer research at the Georgia Cancer Center.

Paceline has raised more than $1 million since 2019 for research at the Georgia Cancer Center. In 2022 alone, Paceline riders, fundraisers, sponsors and supporters raised more than $400,000, allowing GCC to fund nine more cancer research projects.

A group of people stand in front of a backdrop for an award ceremony.
Paceline research grant award winners with members of the Paceline staff.
2. The routes are made for riders of all skill levels.

You can choose from four different options!

3. The CSRA is gorgeous in the fall!
Bikers ride along bridge.
Paceline participants ride through the CSRA during PaceDay 2022.
4. You don’t have to ride a bike to play a part.

Paceline has a place for everyone. Sign up for volunteer opportunities here.

Volunteer smiles at water station.
A volunteer works at a water station during PaceDay 2022.
5. Paceline provides the tools to help you focus on fundraising.

Your fundraising dashboard will give you a look at ways to communicate with potential donors. You can also download the Paceline Mobile App for Apple or Android devices to fundraise for Georgia Cancer Center on the go!

Screenshots of Paceline Mobile App pages.
6. Show your Paceline pride with swag!

Stop by Paceline’s tent before the ride and during the Finish Line Festival.

Table with Paceline merchandise.
Paceline merchandise from PaceDay 2022.
7. PaceDay brings more than just a ride through the scenic CSRA.

We’ll have a party at the finish line for riders, volunteers and loved ones!

Fireworks at festival.
Paceline riders, volunteers and supporters were treated to a fireworks show at PaceDay 2022.
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Jennifer Lask

Jennifer Lask is a senior communications strategist for Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact her at jlask@augusta.edu.

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