Each year, Lincoln Park BMX hosts a Race For Life, with funds raised going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org). On June 29, a core group of participants (pictured) raised $1,580 and the track contributed $1,350 for a total of $2,930. Pictured are, from left, Thomas Dalgardno, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Mason Beal and Jackson Beal; not pictured are Evan Hernandez and George Williams. Submitted photo

Each year, Lincoln Park BMX hosts a Race For Life, with funds raised going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org). On June 29, a core group of participants (pictured) raised $1,580 and the track contributed $1,350 for a total of $2,930. Pictured are, from left, Thomas Dalgardno, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Mason Beal and Jackson Beal; not pictured are Evan Hernandez and George Williams. Submitted photo

PHOTO: BMX racing for a cure

  • Wednesday, July 3, 2019 1:30am
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Each year, Lincoln Park BMX hosts a Race For Life, with funds raised going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org). On June 29, a core group of participants (pictured) raised $1,580 and the track contributed $1,350 for a total of $2,930. Pictured are, from left, Thomas Dalgardno, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Mason Beal and Jackson Beal; not pictured are Evan Hernandez and George Williams. Submitted photo

Each year, Lincoln Park BMX hosts a Race For Life, with funds raised going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org). On June 29, a core group of participants (pictured) raised $1,580 and the track contributed $1,350 for a total of $2,930. Pictured are, from left, Thomas Dalgardno, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Mason Beal and Jackson Beal; not pictured are Evan Hernandez and George Williams. Submitted photo

Each year, Lincoln Park BMX hosts a Race For Life, with funds raised going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (www.lls.org). On June 29, a core group of participants (pictured) raised $1,580 and the track contributed $1,350 for a total of $2,930. Pictured are, from left, Thomas Dalgardno, Andy Goldsbary, Cash Coleman, Zebastian Ferrier-Dixon, Mason Beal and Jackson Beal; not pictured are Evan Hernandez and George Williams. Submitted photo

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