Aplastic Anemia

Aplastic Anemia occurs when the bone marrow stops making enough blood-forming stem cells. The beneficiary for the Jackson County Brevet is the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation (AA&MDS), the world's leading nonprofit health organization dedicated to supporting patients and families living with Aplastic Anemia.

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Jackson County Brevet:

Ronnie Lee Haynes: Did this ride yesterday (6/16/12). It was a great ride. There were plenty of SAG vehicles on the route and all of the rest stop were well stocked. The volunteers did a great job and were very friendly. I'm looking forward to doing this ride again next year. I hope you were able to raise a lot of money for new research into the treatment.

Joe Gates: This year way my first year participating in the Jackson County Brevet and I had a great time. The route was great, the rest stops were well stocked and the volunteers were amazing. I was impressed when I thanked the volunteers for the food and drinks that they thanked me for riding. This was a first rate event and I look forward to riding it again next year.! Thank you for putting on such a great event!

Eddie Ferguson: Awesome ride today, Robert. One of the best organized rides I've ever done. Well done. Hope you guys raised a bunch of money. I plan to be back next year.

Joel Simmons: Best ride I have ever been on! Thanks -- I will be back next year and will bring more with me.

Laurie and Chris Culpepper: This was the first bike event we've ever entered and it was amazing! Everything was so well organized! The food was great and the volunteers were so friendly and helpful! The band was really good too! I'll need to get more of our friends together to experience this next year! Thanks for everything! I heard your event was well organized in advance so I wanted to make our first one was a success so we would want to participate in more of these rides in the future! I must say, mission accomplished!! Thanks for making it so much fun! We are looking forward to next years Jackson Brevet! Congratulations on a job well done and for raising so much for anaplastic anemia!

Terri Wilson: Rode the Jackson Brevet yesterday.Everything was top notch! From the route to the SAG stops to the after ride food and entertainment. What a great ride on lots of rolling country hills with a few climbs sprinkled in for good measure. The scenery was absolutely gorgeous and over 1100 of my cycling buddies showed up for a very worthy cause. If you missed it this year, make sure you check it out next year. A great day on the bike.

Christopher S. Fulton: My Wife and I did that ride too and loved it, will do it again next year.