Going the distance for new breakthroughs

Every day, our patients inspire us.  They are determined and relentless. And so are we.

Please Join Dr. Gareth Morgan and a team of survivors, employees, families, and friends as we honor our patients and loved ones by participating in the Big Dam Bridge cycling tour to raise funds for research and increase awareness of multiple myeloma and related diseases.

The RIDE FOR RESEARCH demonstrates our commitment to accelerate discoveries today that will bring new treatment strategies and more cures to patients tomorrow.

About the Ride for Research

Each year, cyclists from around the nation travel to participate in Arkansas’ largest cycling tour known as the BIG DAM BRIDGE 100. The event, named for the 4226 foot Big Dam bridge that connects 15 miles of scenic trails in central Arkansas, hosts almost 3000 riders and continues to grow each year.

The BDB100 cycling tour offers 100, 68, 50, 32 and 10-mile routes and finishes in the Argenta District of downtown North Little Rock with a block party and live music. Event participants will receive maps, access to numerous aid stations and volunteer support, an event T-shirt, finisher product, and food and drinks!

Join the RIDE FOR RESEARCH team as we lead the way in advancing the cutting-edge research and treatment that is changing the face of cancer around the globe.

To join:

1. Register to ride in the Big Dam Bridge 100 event.  Routes range from 10 to 100 miles.

2.  After registering, notify us by email with your name and contact information to join the team.

3.  Receive team updates by email and get ready to have some fun!

Don’t want to ride, but want to support the cause? DONATE TODAY.

There are several ways to get involved and have some fun!

Dr. Morgan

Be sure to post photos of your ride with the hashtag #MyRide4Research on social media.  You can also follow Dr. Morgan and the rest of the team’s journey on Twitter and Facebook!

Quick Links

Register for the BDB100 Event


BDB100 Packet Pick-Up & Event Schedule

Course Maps

Dr. Morgan’s Big Dam Blog