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National Multiple Sclerosis Society Recognizes National Sponsors of Bike MS® 2023

April 18, 2023

Each year, through the generous support of corporate partners, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is able to fund critical research and services so that no one has to face MS alone. Since its inception, Bike MS participants, teams, sponsors, and supporters have raised more than $1.5 billion. This year’s Bike MS national sponsors share in the Society’s commitment to finding a cure and bringing solutions and treatments to every person living with MS.
Primal continues to proudly support Bike MS as a premier national sponsor once again this year. In addition to providing “I Ride with MS” jerseys, Primal also creates cycling jerseys and custom apparel for Bike MS teams around the country and gives 15% of each purchase back. Through Primal Gives Back® and their partnership with Bike MS, Primal has contributed more than $3 million since 2010 in support of the National MS Society. Primal knows that every dollar raised will count toward advancing research, increasing awareness, improving support and one day, finding a cure for MS. 

Left Hand Brewing Company, a long-time partner and supporter of the National MS Society, returns for its fifth year as a Bike MS national sponsor. Since 2008, Team Left Hand, a group of more than 600 cyclists and volunteers, has raised more than $6.6 million for the Society. Left Hand Brewing Company and Team Left Hand, which is the largest national Bike MS team, are dedicated to helping the Society fund research, advocate for change and help people with MS and their families live their best lives.
Bike MS raises more money thank any other cycling even for any other cause – changing the world for people with MS, one mile at a time.

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About Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system. Symptoms range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis, and there is currently no cure for MS. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are leading to better understanding and moving us closer to a world free of MS. An estimated 1 million people live with MS in the United States. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, and it affects women three times more than men.


© 2023 The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is a tax exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Its Identification Number (EIN) is 13-5661935.