3rd Annual Pelofondo


Virtual or
Conshohocken, PA


April 22-23, 2023




Join us for a ride, your ride, on Saturday, April 22 and/or Sunday, April 23, to raise money for lung cancer patients!

Each quarter, Pelofondo organizes a ride for cyclists to challenge themselves.  At Ride Hard Breathe Easy, we have watched in amazement as Lisa Etkins and Rachele Lee completed 100 miles in 2021 on a Peloton, and then rode another 100 miles in 2022, this time with close friend, Cristina Dolchin, raising over $13,000 for Ride Hard Breathe Easy. 

Well, Lisa, Rachele, and Cristina are at it again and want you to join the Ride Hard Breathe Easy Team.  Anyone can ride any distance on any bike, and either do it for fun or to raise money.  And if you choose to raise money, you can also create your own team.  

If you are on Zwift, join us on Saturday, April 22 at 11AM East Coast Time for a ride.  To do so, you need to join our Zwift Club, Ride Hard Breathe Easy, and you will receive an invite on the Zwift Companion app during the week of April 16.  

For those who prefer to ride outdoors, we will also do a 50-mile group ride on Sunday, April 23 at 10:00AM.  We will meet at 1 Station Avenue in Conshohocken, near the Spring Mill SEPTA Station. 

There is information below on how to join our team, and make a difference in the lives of lung cancer patients.  We appreciate your support and hope you rrrrrrrrrride with us in April!

How to join

  • Go to www.pelofondo.com to learn about Pelofondo
  • Download the Summit app and click on Events
  • Sign up for the Pelofondo Event on April 22-23
  • Click the “Teams” button, search for Ride Hard Breathe Easy, and join
  • Ride your miles on April 22 and/or April 23 


In addition, there is a Facebook group for riders at HERE

NOTE: Peloton riders will have their miles automatically updated to the Summit app.  Please add #RideHardBreatheEasy to their profile so you see other RHBE riders when you are on the Peloton

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