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Day Zero is the unofficial sendoff of Texas 4000 for Cancer student cyclists riding more than 4000 miles across the U.S. this summer to raise awareness, hope and funds for the fight against cancer. This is the first time in two years that the team will complete its trek to Anchorage, Alaska following pandemic restrictions.

Day Zero is the unofficial sendoff of Texas 4000 for Cancer student cyclists riding more than 4000 miles across the U.S. this summer to raise awareness, hope and funds for the fight against cancer. This is the first time in two years that the team will complete its trek to Anchorage, Alaska following pandemic restrictions.

Day Zero is the unofficial sendoff of Texas 4000 for Cancer student cyclists riding more than 4000 miles across the U.S. this summer to raise awareness, hope and funds for the fight against cancer. This is the first time in two years that the team will complete its trek to Anchorage, Alaska following pandemic restrictions.

WHEN

WHERE

Engineering Education and Research
2501 Speedway
Austin, TX 78712
https://www.texas4000.org/

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