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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Motorcyclist with MS Begins One Million Mile Journey for MS Awareness

Paul Pelland, a Londonderry, NH resident and former long distance motorcycle competitor has just begun the longest and hardest ride of his life, in hopes of empowering others with Multiple Sclerosisto find ways to follow their dreams and passions, while at the same time bringing public awareness about the disabling disease, and raising money for a cure.

Londonderry, New Hampshire (PRWEB) August 07, 2012
Paul, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2005 after experiencing weakness and numbness in his hands as well as cognitive difficulties, will attempt to ride one million miles, attending and speaking at various MS patient events across the United States. Along the way, Paul will also be attempting various long distance challenges and records. Next spring he will attempt to break a record by riding 50,000 miles in 50 days, all in the name of MS. Before getting his diagnosis, Paul was a top ten finisher of the Ironbutt Rally, an 11 day 11,000 mile motorcycle endurance event known as, “The World’s Toughest Motorcycle Competition.”
“Long Distance Riding is never about speed, but my Endless Road Tour is definitely a race.” Paul states, “It’s a race against time. My ability clock is ticking.”

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