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Mom and Bike MS

June 12, 2015

Joe Siok, a close friend and long-time Pactimo customer, made the above video to provide insight on what it’s like to have Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and the Bike MS Tour de Farms event he raises money for every year.

The focus of the video is Joe’s mom, Judy Siok, who is his inspiration for all the volunteer work that Joe does for MS.  

“My Mom was diagnosed with MS thirty-some years ago and is now in a nursing home where she basically can only use her left arm.  Tough stuff to deal with, so I’m doing what I can to help,” said Joe. “Every year, our team raises about $40-50K to help fight MS. The event itself raises about $1.5M. Pretty good stuff!”

To learn more about Joe’s charity cycling team and to support their efforts to raise money to fight MS, make sure to check out the team page: Chains for the Better

You can also donate directly to Joe’s 2015 fundraising efforts

Chains for Better - Ride for MS Team



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