Lance Armstrong Among Cyclists in Pan-Mass Challenge to Raise Money for Cancer Research

Having won seven Tour de France titles, the 190-mile, two-day Pan Mass Challenge likely doesn't provide much of a challenge to Lance Armstrong. But the cyclist isn't concerned about that. Instead, it's all about helping to raise money for a worthy cause.

The two-day event, which is the largest athletic fundraising event in the U.S., is held to raise money for cancer research. Having been diagnosed with testicular cancer in 1996, the event holds an important place in Armstrong's heart.

To hear more about the event and from Armstrong, check out the video above from NESN Daily.

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