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Raise money for Davis Phinney Foundation


For 2020, the G3 committee has again chosen the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s (DPF) as its charitable cause to support.  Davis Phinney had an amazing Olympic and pro cycling career, followed by a stint as a TV sports commentator prior to his Parkinson’s diagnosis in 2000. In 2004, Davis established the non-profit DPF to provide

While it’s critical to find a cure for Parkinson’s, we feel strongly that people with Parkinson's also need information in order to take action and live well today.

To support our mission, we provide FREE programs including: educational events, tools and informational materials.


As an Olympic Bronze medalist and Tour de France stage winner, Davis Phinney has celebrated the most victories of any cyclist in American history. From the late 1970′s until his retirement from professional cycling in 1993, Davis achieved more wins – 328 victories in all – than any other US Cyclist.

In 2000, after years of feeling not quite right, and an almost endless round of tests, Davis was diagnosed with Young-onset Parkinson’s disease (YOPD). Finally, the years of battling constant fatigue, the mental fogginess, the muscle cramping and bouts of sudden numbing weakness had a name.

Realizing that there are ways to improve the quality of his day to day living, Davis started the Davis Phinney Foundation as a way to promote and fund innovative research that demonstrates the effects and importance of exercise, speech and other elements that are critical to quality of life.

Today, Davis lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife and fellow Olympian, Connie Carpenter-Phinney, and their children Taylor and Kelsey. Davis continues to celebrate the daily victories in his life and inspires others with his message of optimism and encouragement to help people with Parkinson's live well today.

Recent donors

Date Name Amount
Sep 24 Stuart Gay $27.48
Sep 23 Tammy Thomas $25.35
Sep 20 Antiope Seelbinder $25.00
Sep 12 Anonymous $27.48
Sep 08 Keith Tarver Undisclosed amount
Sep 07 Christine Cordts For my Mom, MaryAnne. Undisclosed amount
Sep 07 Laureen Coffelt This is a tribute to our former Hand Surgeon who has passed, Dr. Bill Bourland, and to my Father-in-Law, Tom Coffelt, who inspires me $54.10
Sep 04 Anonymous Undisclosed amount
Sep 02 Anonymous Undisclosed amount
Sep 01 Anonymous Undisclosed amount