WE'VE FELT THE PAIN THAT CANCER CAUSES. AND WE'RE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT. I'm Michael Tabtabai, and I use my bike to fight cancer. My friend Andrew Hudon got me into cycling around the time my father was diagnosed with colon cancer. My first 100 mile ride was a charity ride that helped raise funds for the cancer center that treated my dad. Little did I know that was the beginning of something much bigger. Andrew's mother had fought cancer and he had previously organized his own fundraising rides. As we rode together over the years we graduated from participating in charity centuries to organizing and leading our own rides. They grew in scale from single day events to multiple day journeys. In 2013 after my father lost his ten year battle with cancer, and Andrew's friend Rick lost his battle, we established Leave It On The Road with an epic cross country ride in his honor. In the last decade we have covered tens of thousands of miles over the course of our self-organized rides and to date we have raised more than $100,000 to help fight support multiple cancer-fighting organizations.