Georgia Cancer Center creates rider gear for Paceline 2020 bike ride

Picture showing cyclist jersey, bib shorts and activewear t-shirt
The Georgia Cancer Center worked with Giordana Cycling to create a line of rider gear for Paceline 2020.

Now’s your chance to dress to impress while showing support for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University and a local organization raising money to cure cancer faster. The Cancer Center has created its line of rider gear ahead of the second annual Paceline ride fundraiser.

The Georgia Cancer Center collaborated with Giordana Cycling to create a race jersey, bib shorts and an activewear tech T-shirt with the Georgia Cancer Center’s logo, as well as arrows that are part of the Paceline logo. This will allow members of Augusta University to show their support for the Cancer Center to other riders and spectators along the route. There are versions of the jersey and bib shorts for men and women. The activewear tech T-shirt is unisex.

The store officially opened March 9 and will stay open through 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 27. It is important to note that if you choose to pay with a debit or credit card, the payment will not be processed until the store closes. In the interim, a holding fee will be placed on your account until the sale is completed.

If you have not registered for Paceline, make sure you sign up to support the Cancer Center. Augusta University employees receive a discounted fundraising total. There are 25-mile, 45-mile and 100-mile routes. Each route has a $250 fundraising total for Augusta University employees. Dr. Jorge Cortes, director of the Georgia Cancer Center, and other Augusta University leaders are excited to see Cancer Center jerseys at the starting line on May 30.

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Chris Curry is the Communications Coordinator for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University. Contact him to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-799-8841 or chrcurry@augusta.edu.

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