Fundraising – have reached 62% of our $5,000 goal.

A special Thank YOU to those who have already donated!!!

We are also creating a support team for those who
would like to encourage our riders.
Stay tuned for more info!

Questions? contact Elizabeth Yale :

We are so excited to be joining the ride this year! 

The Spirit Riders is a team based at Holy Spirit Episcopal Church and School.

Our goal—a world free of MS.

We’ve formed a team for Bike MS—an epic fundraising ride that is changing the lives of people affected by MS and helping fuel progress toward a world free of MS. We’d love your support as we prepare for this incredible experience. If you want to do more than make a donation, join our team!

We’ll go the distance for MS. It will take advance training, preparation and ongoing commitment from hundreds of other people in Houston and thousands of cyclists all over the country. What will really put power in our pedals is your support and our commitment to those impacted by this disease. Every mile we ride brings us closer to our goal—a world free of MS.

Please support our team today.

We’ve set an ambitious goal because we know that with support from people like you we can get there. The money raised will help fund amazing progress in MS research, as well as programs and services that ensure
people affected by MS can live their best lives.

Our Riders

Susan Bayley
Susan BayleySupport Susan!!!
Susan loves to explore the world through shared experiences with others. This has taken her to a US Territory in the Pacific where she trained for and paddled in the Queen Liliuokalani outrigger canoe race; Alaska, New York and Walt Disney World where she ran marathons, Bulgaria where she has been informally adopted by a family who formerly knew Americans through the eyes of the Communists, and to India where she shared experiences in the implementation of work place safety programs. Already she is surrounded by fabulous cyclists all with a dedication to riding and a spirit of helping others. What better welcome to the Houston area could there be?

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Shelly Dodson
Shelly DodsonSupport Shelly!!!
While Shelly classifies herself as a bit unadventurous and cautious to try new things, she uncharacteristically signed up for the MS150 several years ago with some friends, and has never looked back. This will be her 4th MS 150, and she’s looking forward to riding it with such a supportive and fun team!

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Marcus Jennings
Marcus JenningsSupport Marcus!!!
Marcus Jennings has enjoyed biking for more than 40 years and has managed to bike in 9 different countries. He owns the casual number of 13 bikes, but is always looking for a new ride. He enjoys mountain biking as well as road biking and this will not be his first MS150 ride.

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Luke McCarley
Luke McCarleySupport Luke!!!
Luke lives in Houston with his wife, Sarah McCarley (married by Father Josh two years ago). He attended the University of Oklahoma for his undergraduate degree and now works as a Landman at Sabine Oil & Gas Corporation. This is his second MS150, and he is excited to do it again since it is a great experience for such a wonderful cause.

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Christine Moody
Christine MoodySupport Christine!!!
Christine has always enjoyed a very active lifestyle. After swimming in college she decided to give another go at triathlons. With biking being, by far, her weakest leg, the MS150 seemed like a good challenge. However, being very accident prone, her training came to an abrupt stop and she is now the driver and cheerleader! Believing in the cause, Christine continues to raise money in hopes of being back on the bike for next year’s ride.

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Elizabeth Yale
Elizabeth YaleSupport Elizabeth!!!
The Rev. Elizabeth Yale loves trying new athletic things. Growing up as a very un-athletic kid, after college she wasted no time in trying out new ventures in running, biking, swimming, and skydiving, including a triathlon! She has already been grateful for the new connections and community that she is finding in preparing for the MS 150.

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