This Father’s Day, honor Dad and support the fight against prostate cancer. Bring your family and enjoy a morning of fun at beautiful North Park, while supporting Pittsburgh’s leading organizations in the fight to defeat prostate cancer— the Allegheny General Prostate Center and the Western Pennsylvania Prostate Cancer Foundation (WPPCF). This event will include a 25K, 50K and 100K bike ride and a fun walk. Choose either as your weapon to fight against prostate cancer and a way to celebrate Father’s Day with loved ones. We’re taking aim against this deadly disease. We hope you can join us!

The Allegheny General Prostate Center has treated more than 4,000 patients at its North Side facility since 1996, providing patients with state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic alternatives for prostate cancer. The center is the only comprehensive multidisciplinary prostate cancer program in the region.

The WPPCF, founded in 1999, supports both laboratory and clinical research for prostate cancer and other urologic diseases. It promotes patient education and the development of educational materials for prostate cancer patients and their families.