Cyclists gathered in Green Bay yesterday to help raise money for cancer education in schools.
The Titletown Bike Tour lets riders go on routes from 15K to 100 miles long. It raises money for the Breast Cancer Family Foundation.
Executive Director Diane Gaywont ways they go to school in northeast Wisconsin to teach kids about cancer prevention. She says they talk about exercising, eating right, and getting annual screenings.
This year about 1,200 riders registered for the event. The foundation says they expect they raised between $75,000 and $80,000.