The Tour de Rio Blanco was founded by Dr. Steve Alley. An avid cyclist, he has spent many years riding through the Blanco Canyon area near Crosbyton, Texas. The ride was created to share this scenic region with other cyclists.

His wife, Kay, is a breast cancer survivor. She is the inspiration for the ride's dedication to breast cancer research. Each year we have been able to make a great donation, and we will continue to do so with every successful ride.

Komen donation 2015. From left to right: Dr. Steve Alley (TDRB Founder), Jana Hunter (Executive Director of Susan G. Komen, Lubbock Area), Cecilia Ramirez (TDRB Staff), Kay Alley (Breast Cancer Survivor), Jacque James (Executive Director of the Crosbyton Chamber of Commerce).

Komen donation 2014. From left to right: Kay Alley (Breast Cancer Survivor) and Stephanie Alley (TDRB Staff).

Komen donation 2013. From left to right: Bessie Morris (Breast Cancer Survivor), Stephanie Alley (TDRB Staff), and Kay Alley (Breast Cancer Survivor).

Breast cancer is the primary cause of cancer-related death among women between the ages of 20 and 59. In 2016 it is estimated that there will be 307,660 new cases of breast cancer among women and 2,600 new cases among men in the U.S. The warning signs may differ between individuals, so it is important to be aware of the possible symptoms. Click below to find out about screenings in your area.

Find free and low-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings in your area - National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program

For more information about breast cancer, please refer to the following sites:

National Cancer Institute (NCI)
http://www.cancer.gov/espanol (Spanish language site)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

American Cancer Society

Susan G. Komen

Susan G. Komen, Lubbock Area