Riding for hope

Riding for hope

Race Across America brings man who helps homebound, ailing students to Durango
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Len Forkas hoped to raise $150,000 for Hopecam through publicizing his ride in Race Across America. He arrives June 16 at the Durango checkpoint at Santa Rita Park.
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“I say we go for South Fork,” said Len Forkas, center, as he prepares to leave the Durango checkpoint during Race Across America on June 16 at Santa Rita Park. From left are crew members Brian Daum, Forkas, John Moore and Bill Vitek. At Durango, Forkas was 858 miles into the 3,000-mile race. The race began in Oceanside, Calif.
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Crew member Bill Vitek, left, greets Len Forkas at the Durango checkpoint for Race Across America at Santa Rita Park. Through his participation in the race, Forkas was hoping to raise $150,000 for Hopecam, which connects sick children with their schools during their convalescence.
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Len Forkas started Hopecam after his 9-year-old son had leukemia about 10 years ago. The Hopecam helps children with cancer or other diseases stay connected with their classmates.
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