Fairway was the ultimate host of



FAIRWAY MARKET, not only the Official Fuel for breakfast and lunch with freshly baked bagels and muffins, PB&J, delicious salads, wraps and organic fruit, but they also provide bottled water, Vitamin Water, ice, organic bike cleaner, all paper products, signs, AND Fairway Gym Bags! They had a team ride and matched their employee donations! Fairway proudly displayed photos of SpinOdyssey in their Canal Street Stamford store in the cafe, at the cash registers, on their entry/exit doors...even banners on the outside of the store.  Fairway sold pink pens, mentioned SpinOdyssey in print ads in local papers, and gave up plenty of parking spaces for our tents.


BIG THANK YOU to Jackie Donovan, Fairway's VP of Marketing, and her team!



Click Here to Donate to SPINODYSSEY

100% of the money that riders raise goes directly to American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Researchers. All of the money from our SpinOdyssey store, sales of t shirts, sox, jerseys, etc. we donate to Norwalk Hospital’s Wittingham Cancer Center and The Smilow Family Breast Health Center."

If you have more checks, make them payable to the American Cancer Society, with "SpinOdyssey 2014" marked in the memo section of the check & mail them to:

Susan Quaranta

American Cancer Society
38 Richards Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06854





was raised for American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Research as of 3PM Sunday March 30!!


Over 350 Participants and 100+ Volunteers and hundreds of supporters gathered at FAIRWAY MARKET

699 Canal Street • Stamford

under tents for the 15th Annual SPINODYSSEY!!!


For the 3rd year in a row TEAM JOYRIDE was the top fundraising team, bringing in almost $80,000!!


Thank you to an unstoppable and inspiring Team JoyRide

and all of our teams, riders, volunteers,

sponsors and supporters!

Ryan F. Overcash, PhD

Duke University School of Medicine

Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology


Ryan Overcash, PhD is the researcher we picked to fund this year.  He is grateful to be a fully-funded by SpinOdyssey. It is a 3 year grant  for $163,500 that starts this July and runs through June, 2017. He is our third researcher from Duke.


Ryan Overcash's research summary:


“Identification of a Novel Target for Treating Breast Cancer Metastasis”

Breast cancer metastasis accounts for the vast majority of deaths attributable to this disease, and a better understanding of the molecular drivers of the metastatic process is critical in order to develop therapies that reduce breast cancer mortality.  Emerging evidence suggests that members of the Abl tyrosine kinase family of proteins, Abl1 and Abl2, play an important role in driving breast cancer progression and metastasis; and that specific targeting of Abl kinases may effectively impair the metastatic capability of breast cancer cells.  One of the primary objectives of my research is to elucidate the functional role of Abl kinases in mammary tumor progression and metastasis using unique genetically engineered mouse models that we have available in our laboratory.  Additionally, we will test the therapeutic efficacy of novel specific Abl kinase inhibitors to impair metastasis in pre-clinical models of breast cancer.  These studies will also investigate the mechanisms by which Abl kinases promote metastatic progression, in part through reciprocal interactions between breast cancer cells and other cell types in the tumor microenvironment that are critical for disease progression.  This exciting project has significant potential to improve our understanding of breast cancer metastasis and to lead to improved targeted therapies that will reduce patient mortality and increase survival.  I am honored and grateful for the fellowship support provided through SPINODYSSEY that makes this research possible.




Redeem the coupon in your water botle at  Pacific Swim Bike Run , the official water bottle for our riders!


Pacific Swim Bike Run
575 Pacific Street
Stamford, CT 06902


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