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Bike Rider Traveling Cross Country for Pediatric Cancer

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Updated: 6/02/2013 6:46 pm
     Navid Attayan is on a 3000 mile bike ride to San Diego, California raising awareness about pediatric cancer.

     Attayan started out in his home state of Virginia more than a week ago, and stopped in central Kentucky over the weekend to visit to Hope Lodge and Ronald McDonald House.

     Attayan's project is completely non-profit. He says he's funding his trip with his own money, and that any donations he gets along the way will go towards pediatric cancer research.

     If you would like to know more about Attayan's journey and how you can help his cause for pediatric cancer research you can click on the link to his Facebook page below.

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