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Ronald Frandsen

1945 - 2010

The Saints to Sinners Bike Relay was started in 2009 and dedicated to Ron Frandsen and his fight against ALS.  Ron was a loving man who always enjoyed being active and being outdoors.  His upbeat attitude was always present and he was never heard complaining.  He exemplified Lou Gehrig's phrase, "The Luckiest Man", and was always grateful for everything in his life.  He ultimately passed due to complications associated with ALS but ALS didn't beat him.  He lived his life on his terms and stayed positive until the very end.  He is greatly missed and his life is an example to us all.

And Many Other Awesome People We Have Met Along The Way...

Creighton & Lisa Rider

​We met Creighton and Lisa when they first decided to ride in our race years ago.  They are truly an example of perseverance and persistance.  Each year they have ridden they have proved that life is meant to be enjoyed and that through hard work anything is able to be acheived - they are an inspiration and are loved by many!


Learn More About ALS / Lou Gehrig's Disease

Take some time and look up these different resources concerning ALS. Together we can beat this terrible disease that is so devistatingly affecting the lives of those we love.

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