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The ninth annual Pedal the Cause is September 29 & 30, 2018! Don’t miss the lowest registration and fundraising rates of the season – open for everyone on March 1 at

Incentive Recognition Events

If you raised $25,000 or more in 2017 save the date…
– Jan. 31, 2018: Podium Dinner, Kaldi’s Citygarden
If you raised $2,500 or more in 2017 save the date…
– Feb. 23, 2018: Yellow Jersey Celebration, Grand Hall Union Station

Important Dates

– March 1: Registration opens for #PTC2018 
– May 1: Registration rates increase
– Sept. 29 & 30: Pedal the Cause 2018

See all PTC events

Impact News

You funded it!


Justin Greene

New Pedal-funded projects

Pedal the Cause dollars are responsible for funding another nine research projects, which Siteman Cancer Center announced yesterday. The projects will fund innovative topics targeting cancers of the brain, blood, pancreas and prostate, as well as other potential treatment therapies. Since 2010, Pedal the Cause has funded 101 cancer research projects at Siteman Cancer Center and Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.



Darla Grey

Cancer Origins

Pedal-funded researcher Jason Mills, MD, PhD, is in the news with a new study (funded by Pedal the Cause in 2017) that investigates cancer cell behavior. “As scientists, we have focused a good deal of attention on understanding the role of stem cells in the development of cancers, but there hasn’t been a focus on mature cells,” he says. “But it appears when mature cells return back into a rapidly dividing stem cell state, this creates problems that can lead to cancer.”



Justin Greene

NAI Awards

Samual Achilefu, PhD, was awarded a Pedal-funded grant in 2016 to develop a prototype for a wearable goggle system that enables advanced fluorescence-guided surgery for cancer patients. Dr. Archilefu is being recognized for his innovative approach to integrating engineering, biology and medicine as a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) along with two of his colleagues at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.


Meet the #PedalFamily

Featured Rider

Broken Woman Mural

Sandi Essner

Sandi was a first-time rider and King of the Mountains in 2017, and is a stage 4 ovarian cancer fighter. She started her own team, SandiStrong, recruited and fundraised hard, and inspired a lot of people along the way! Sandi’s fledgling team raised over $13,000 for cancer research in year one, we can’t wait to see how they bring it in 2018!

Sandi’s profile

Featured Sponsor

Ghost of Me Mural


LHM, Lodging Hospitality Management, has been a proud sponsor of Pedal the Cause since 2013. As a Pedal Partner, they provide the organization with critical funding needed to execute a first-class event. The official hotel partner of PTC, LHM hosts our participants at the Doubletree and Hilton Garden Inn in Chesterfield every year.

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