6/2 Denver - Ride Orientation
6/3 Castle Rock
6/4 Colorado Springs
6/5 Buena Vista
TOTAL 425 miles
DENVER to DURANGO
A RIDE TO RAISE AWARENESS & SUPPORT FOR THE
Anaplastology is a term that refers to the practice of prosthetic restoration of facial or somatic (body) anatomy for patients suffering disfigurement due to cancer, war injuries accident-related trauma, or congenital origin. Prosthetic rehabilitation serves as an alternative treatment option in the event surgical reconstruction cannot be achieved or is not desired.
The Walter Spohn Education Fund was established to provide financial support to individuals initiating educational and research projects to advance the field of Anaplastology. The WSEF is one of several scholarships and research grants established under The Vesalius Trust for Visual Communication in the Health Sciences, a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation.
This 7-day ride journeys through some of the Rocky Mountains most beautiful landscapes -- foothills, peaks, and everything in between. Up to 30 riders may register for the wm4WSEF ride. It is a fully supported ride with three meals/day and overnight locations pre-arranged. This is a service-oriented adventure, as all riders commit to fundraising $1000 prior to the trip. All rider-raised funds will go to support the Walter Spohn Education Fund.