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When Michael Crow heard about New York's New York Presbyterian Hospital's Lang Youth Medical Program, his first thought was, "What can I do to support this amazing program?" Crow is a member of the Punishers Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club's Long Island Division, which is raising money for the LYMP, a six-year science enrichment journey that prepares students in the Washington Heights and Inwood school districts for college, careers in healthcare, and to become leaders who give back to their communities, Today reports.

"Being a part of the Punishers has reminded me that every day is a gift and it is so important to balance work, family, communities, our club, and innovative work, of course, what we love to do, which is ride our motorcycles," Crow says in a press release.

His first ride, from New York to the Carolinas, covered 1,000 miles in less than 24 hours, documented with GoPro footage and GPS tracking.

"I really cannot think of a better way to raise money than by incorporating the two together," Crow says. Read the Entire Article


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