I am a Stage 4 Lymphoma survivor, in remission since 7/9/14, and ride daily for charity. I don’t use my name because it’s not about me. It’s about getting folks out, up, and okay. I use World’s Okayest Cyclist” because I just wanted to be Okay again after my cancer. I had the dream of getting folks out and about to better their health. My current mission is a 10,783 mile charity ride to raise awareness and funds for cancer. I am riding for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society as well as the Great Cycle Challenge (Children’s Cancer Research Fund). The 10,783 miles is roughly a lap around the US and how I came up with that magic number.In the three years that I have been riding I have had two car contact incidents and another that ran me off the road. None stopped. Since I ride alone I now ride with cameras front and back. A 3000 lumen and a 400 lumen front lights setup. In the rear I have 110 and 100 lumen red lights on my seat post, a red light on the back of my helmet, and another on the left side of my bike. You have choices in life. You can complain about it, feel sorry about it, or do something about it. I chose the latter. It doesn’t mean that I don’t do a little of the others though. I want to be the change in the world that I want to see. I have been volunteering with our local Bike Pedestrian Council to help locally with bike safety. We are currently working on a program to teach safety and provide lights in our community