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Jackson County Brevet

June 14, 2025 Jefferson, GA
Experience the rolling/flat terrain of Jackson County and the endless scenic views throughout the ride.

Proceeds donated to THE KELLY WILHITE APLASTIC ANEMIA RESEARCH FUND at Emory University. Every penny that goes to this Fund will go DIRECTLY to clinical research.

After some very difficult discussions we have decided that postponing Jackson County Brevet until June 14th , 2025 is the best call for delivering the ride experience we want you to have, the safety and support you expect, and to be able to raise the funds we need to deliver for research. We are committed and will execute this ride in 2025. It is going to be an amazing event that will help change the face of Aplastic Anemia research in this country and the globe.
We do have our kit up for sale and encourage you to buy one and promote the ride.


Aplastic Anemia (AA) is a very rare and deadly bone marrow failure disease and receives almost no funding for research. The treatment has not changed since 1986; this is unacceptable. Children 15 years old and younger account for 95% of all diagnosis of AA.


Four courses to choose from. Be sure to select the mileage of your choice to preview the course.





What is Aplastic Anemia?

Aplastic Anemia occurs when the bone marrow stops making enough blood-forming stem cells. Patients with aplastic anemia typically have low blood cell counts in all three blood lines – red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Upon examination, the bone marrow is found to be hypoplastic or aplastic, meaning low growth or no growth of blood-forming stem cells..
Aplastic anemia is a life-threatening condition with very high death rates (about 70% within 1 year) if untreated. The overall five-year survival rate is about 80% for patients under age 20. In recent years, the long-term outcomes of aplastic anemia patients have been continuously improving.









Get your Limited Edition Apparel Today!

Introducing the new limited edition Jackson County Brevet Kit! Experience the unique charm of Jackson County and be a part of a life-changing event. Join us on June 14, 2025, in Jefferson, GA for an unforgettable ride with stunning views. Proceeds will support THE KELLY WILHITE APLASTIC ANEMIA RESEARCH FUND at Emory University. Make a difference and get your exclusive Jackson County Brevet apparel today!

A word from Robert

Robert Wilhite, the original ride director, was deeply moved by his wife Kelly’s battle with Aplastic Anemia, which inspired him to embark on this incredible journey in 2010. Alongside his extraordinary team, they poured their hearts and souls into creating this meaningful charity ride, raising thousands of dollars in the fight against this dreadful disease. Together, they are agents of change, transforming not only treatment but also lives. Let’s join hands and make a difference!


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Jackson County Brevet

Experience the beautiful rolling/flat terrain of Jackson County and enjoy the breathtaking scenic views throughout the ride. Join us on June 15, 2024, in Jefferson, GA. Proceeds from this event will be donated to THE KELLY WILHITE APLASTIC ANEMIA RESEARCH FUND at Emory University. Your contribution will directly support clinical research.