It’s more than a race, it’s moments that will challenge, inspire and change you! From the moment you become part of our team to the moment you cross the finish line, the Liver Life Challenge provides an unforgettable experience. You’ll achieve your own fitness goals, while fundraising to create a better future for the estimated 100 million Americans affected by liver disease.
The American Liver Foundation is an Official Charity Partner with the TD Five Boro Bike Tour and has a limited number of guaranteed entries available for the 2023 race. Race entries are available on the first come, first served basis. All registered participants must meet the $750 fundraising minimum.
Benefits to joining the team
- Guaranteed Ride Entry: Plus the exhilaration of crossing the finish line knowing you’ve helped the American Liver Foundation in the fight against liver disease.
- Team Gear: All cyclists to reach the fundraising minimum will receive a Liver Life Challenge Sport-Tek Shirt
- Fundraising Coaches: Our dedicated staff has helped hundreds of people and is here to help you reach your fundraising goal.
- TD Five Boro Bike Tour Charity Registration Includes: Guaranteed placement in the first start wave, breakfast at the start and lunch at the Finish Festival, plus all standard registration perks (free bike repairs along route, entry to Finish Festival on Staten Island, free photos provided by Amazon, & more!
Meet the 2023 Five Boro Bike Tour Liver Life Challenge Chair, Jeffrey Doerr. Ten years ago, Jeffrey received a living liver donation from his friend, John. On May 7th, Jeffrey and John will ride through NYC together. Learn more about why this challenge means so much to Jeffrey.
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The Liver Life Challenge has teams in iconic races across the country such as the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Boston Marathon and TCS New York City Marathon
Meet our 2023 National LIVEr Champion
On March 2, 2018, our family learned the phrase “biliary atresia”. It was the beginning of our education, and the teacher was our 2 month old daughter, Jackie.