Next month, Miron Golfman is setting out on an FKT (fastest known time) attempt on the Baja Divide route to raise awareness and funds for the fight against ALS. Learn more about the project here…

There are two people behind the “Ride to Endure” project: Bruce Rosenblum, the inspiration behind it all, and Miron Golfman, who is riding in his honor. Before Bruce was diagnosed with ALS, he lived a very active lifestyle and enjoyed outdoor activities like skiing and kayaking, but in the last four years, he’s had to give up his freedom to recreate and now spends most of his time in an electric wheelchair with a full-time caregiver. Bruce’s nephew, Miron Golfman, has been inspired by the challenges he has faced and is taking on a challenge of his own to help those with ALS.

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Over the past five months, Miron has been training and developing his skills as an ultra-endurance cyclist with the goal of using ultra-cycling a platform to raise awareness and funds to support the crucial work of ALS research. His sights are now set on the Baja Divide, a 1,700-mile route that connects the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, following rough mountain roads and sandy desert tracks. In January, Miron will set out on an FKT attempt on the route, with hopes of besting the current record set by Pete Basinger in 2018 of 11 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes.

They are partnering with ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter, so all money raised will go towards supporting their mission “to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.” Head over to to learn more about the project or to make a donation. Best of luck, Miron!

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