Registration for the Second Annual Cycle 4 CMT event planned for Sunday, Sept. 20 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte at 8am is now open. Organizers Chris and Mia Ouellette have a great day planned and are looking forward to cycling, fundraising, and spreading Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder (CMT) awareness to help support the required research to find a cure. CMT is a slowly progressive neurological disorder that affects Ouellette family member, Yohan Bouchard, and over 2.8 million people and causes loss of normal function and sensation in the hands/arms and feet/legs. Not a cyclist? No worries. Come and support the cause by registering for the event party from 2-6pm which will include live music, food, and silent auction items provided by local sponsors.
Originally Published by: By The Citizen on June 11, 2015