Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation bike ride

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More than 100 bike riders Sunday morning took to the streets to raise money for cancer research. The bike tour was organized by the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation, which has been raising money for cancer research since 1987. The Ride for Research tour offered two routes - either 6.8 or 4.3 miles - through the Port Washington area.

Bike riders of all ages came to Port
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

Bike riders of all ages came to Port Washington Sunday to raise money for cancer research as part of the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation's Ride for Research Bike Tour. (May 6, 2012)

Anna Frangoulis, center, with her bike at the
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

Anna Frangoulis, center, with her bike at the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation's Ride for Research Bike Tour Sunday, along with friends and family. She rode in memory of her dad, who died of cancer. (May 6, 2012)

More than 100 riders take part in the
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

More than 100 riders take part in the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation Ride for Research Bike Tour, which offered two routes through the Port Washington area on Sunday. (May 6, 2012)

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People of all ages -- including members of
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

People of all ages -- including members of the Rotko family -- turn out for the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation's Ride for Research Bike Tour in Port Washington Sunday. (May 6, 2012)

Evan and Lina Myrianthopoulos ride to raise money
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

Evan and Lina Myrianthopoulos ride to raise money for cancer research Sunday as part of the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation's fundraiser through the streets of Port Washington. (May 6, 2012)

From left: Friends Rachel Ellerson, 15, Kim Winter,
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce Rohan)

From left: Friends Rachel Ellerson, 15, Kim Winter, 15, Sabina Unni, 14, and Ilana Zweig, 15, are among those whol participated in the Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation Ride for Research Bike Tour in Port Washington to raise money and awareness for blood cancers. (May 6, 2012)

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