"Biking for Boobies" is the slogan Mike Buonaiuto and Nate Frankoski adopted to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer. They started 37 days ago in Boca Raton, FL and won't stop until they make it to Los Angeles, CA.
"We're gonna dance with Ellen, you know do the Ellen dance with her, and it's gonna be great because Ellen is a huge supporter of breast cancer research, and we're big fans of how charitable and philanthropic she is. I know she is going to love to have us on the show," Buonaiuto said.
Averaging 75-miles a day, these two are on a day-today adventure, but receive support from generous strangers offering shelter and food on their journey.
"Then the next morning we get up, we jump up on our bikes. Hopefully the winds on our back, and the suns on our shoulders, then we go another 75-miles," Buonaiuto said.
Frankoski was personally touched when his 23-year-old friend fought through and survived breast cancer, "We realize that support leads to survival, so if you are a person that has someone in their family that is facing breast cancer or a friend just continue to support them. That emotional support is the best support you can give them for them to survive."
They plan to arrive in L.A. on November third.
Last summer, they biked from Key West to Toronto for "The Wounded Warrior Project" raising $10,000 for the cause. They are able to raise money with the help of advertisements on their clothing, selling t-shirts, and donations on their website.