The 10th Gear Jettride...3800 Miles to a Cure

Topics: Science and Human Interest, Health, Education and Awareness
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Funds Needed for Completion: $ 50,000.00
Estimated Completion Date: 01/31/2009

Funds raised: $ 0.00


25 courageous teen cyclists (ages 13-18) spent their summer riding 3800 miles across the country exploring America and to creating awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

The Jett Foundation and the 10th gear youth cyclists rounded up 26 courageous teen cyclists who spent their summer riding 3800 miles across the country to explore America and to create awareness of the disease Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

DMD affects 1-3500 boys and they usually die in their early 20's.


$ 50,000.00

Project's Financial Needs

Complete online post production, advertising, promotion & marketing, theater rentals, film festivals, airing a PBS special

Other financial Support

The Jett Foundation, The Wyatt Foundation

Current stage of production


Estimated Completion Date


Target Audience

Teenage boys and girls ages 12-19, mothers/families with children who have physical disabilities or physical limitations, educational facilities and medical facilities.

What Your Donation Enables:

Premium Screen Credit $500.00

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