Norwalk Nurse Leads Cancer Survivors On Cycling Training Ride

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Norwalk's Joyce Quinlan leads a team of cyclists, and cancer survivors, on a ride Saturday as part of training for the upcoming Connecticut Challenge.
Norwalk's Joyce Quinlan leads a team of cyclists, and cancer survivors, on a ride Saturday as part of training for the upcoming Connecticut Challenge. Photo Credit: Contributed

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Norwalk’s Joyce Quinlan led a team of 22 cancer survivors on 25-mile bike ride Saturday as part of a training program for the upcoming Connecticut Challenge.

Quinlan, a nurse at Norwalk Hospital and breast cancer survivor, is also a spinning instructor for the Connecticut Challenge. She is the captain for the team that will ride in the Challenge on July 26. Proceeds from the ride benefit the Southport-based Connecticut Challenge, which supports and develops cancer survivorship programs.

The team name for Quinlan’s riders is “Little Square.” Readers can support Quinlan by making a donation through her online fundraising page.

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