Fred Evans was a healthy athlete who could complete 100-mile century rides on his bicycle in under 5 hours. Then one day he learned he had prostate cancer. His book "Surviving Cancer" recounts his ride through the ups and downs of dealing with that diagnosis and how he relied on family, friends, faith—and his bicycle—to see him through to become a cancer survivor.
You can meet Fred Evan's and learn more about his experience on Sunday, September 30, at 1 pm at Bicycle Garage Indy North (Dean Road at 82nd Street, Indianapolis).
During this event Fred will will available for author's comments, questsion and answers, and book signing.
You can register online for this no-charge event at: www.bgindy.com/for/evansbook
Fred's Bio: Fred Evans has ridden over 170,000 miles—that’s on a bicycle, not in a car. In 1986 and 1987, Fred was on loan from his executive position with Eli Lilly to the Pan American Games Organizing Committee, where he served as Vice President of the Competition Division and Co-Chairman of the Games and Venue Division. In 1981, he led the effort to have the newly built Velodrome in Indianapolis named for Marshall “Major” Taylor, a native of Indianapolis and the first Black world champion in any sport. Fred worked for 30 years in the financial division of Eli Lilly and Company. This book deals with surviving prostate cancer through laughter and faith. Having a loving wife, family, friends and prayers has been vital to his survival.
To order a book prior to the event: hiltonpub.com/bookstore/products/49993-surviving-cancer.aspx
Special limited time offer of 35% off! Regularly $17.95, now only $11.67. To receive this discount when ordering the book online, use Promo code: FRED