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Texas 4000 for Cancer begins its 70-day summer ride from Texas to Alaska with an unofficial send-off. The public celebration known as “Day Zero” occurs the day prior to Atlas Ride, where supporters can ride the first 25 or 50 miles with the Texas 4000 team.

Day Zero draws friends, family, volunteers, philanthropists, university and civic leaders to salute the 85 University of Texas at Austin student riders for their leadership work and fundraising efforts, and wish them well as they begin their epic 4,000-plus-mile journey of hope to Anchorage, Alaska.

Texas 4000 for Cancer begins its 70-day summer ride from Texas to Alaska with an unofficial send-off. The public celebration known as “Day Zero” occurs the day prior to Atlas Ride, where supporters can ride the first 25 or 50 miles with the Texas 4000 team.

Day Zero draws friends, family, volunteers, philanthropists, university and civic leaders to salute the 85 University of Texas at Austin student riders for their leadership work and fundraising efforts, and wish them well as they begin their epic 4,000-plus-mile journey of hope to Anchorage, Alaska.

Texas 4000 for Cancer begins its 70-day summer ride from Texas to Alaska with an unofficial send-off. The public celebration known as “Day Zero” occurs the day prior to Atlas Ride, where supporters can ride the first 25 or 50 miles with the Texas 4000 team.

Day Zero draws friends, family, volunteers, philanthropists, university and civic leaders to salute the 85 University of Texas at Austin student riders for their leadership work and fundraising efforts, and wish them well as they begin their epic 4,000-plus-mile journey of hope to Anchorage, Alaska.

WHEN

WHERE

Robert B. Rowling Hall
300 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Austin, TX 78705
https://www.texas4000.org/event/day-zero/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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