Welcome to our fight against ALS.
Miron started the ‘Ride To Endure’ project as a way to use ultra-endurance cycling as a platform to advocate for causes he is passionate about. In January 2022 the first Ride To Endure campaign set off. Miron swiftly set the FKT (fastest known time) of the Baja Divide to bring awareness and funds to the fight against ALS. Successfully setting The Baja Divide record at 10 days, 13 hours and 24 minutes, covering 1567.3 miles from Tecate to San José del Cabo. Additionally, raising $53,000 for the ALS Association. Miron believes that as an athlete there is an opportunity to not only have a positive impact through his races but to inspire others to push themselves and manifest their dreams.
In 2020 Miron stepped in as a primary caregiver for his uncle Bruce who is battling ALS disease. Following his months as as a caregiver, Miron went on a bikepacking expedition from San Diego, CA to Cabo, Mexico (The Baja Divide). Where he reflected on his time living with and caring for Bruce and the larger reality of watching a family member, loved one, parental figure battle a devastating progressive neuromuscular disease. These impactful events motivated Miron to live life to the fullest and not delay his life-long dream of athletics and cycling a day longer.
This year Miron sets out to accomplish the Iditarod Invitational. 1000 miles across Alaska from Anchorage to Nome, as he continues to champion the fight against ALS. Join the team effort in help us continue reaching new heights.
BAJA FILM COMING IN 2023!
The Iditarod Trail invitational is regarded as the world's longest and toughest winter race. Shortly following his ride in Baja, Miron raced in the Iditarod 350. This year he sets out to accomplish the full 1000 miles across Alaska from Anchorage to Nome as he continues to champion the fight against ALS.
Miron Golfman is a passionate ultra-endurance cyclist based in Anchorage Alaska. Miron founded the Ride to Endure Project as a way to use ultra-endurance cycling as a platform to advocate for causes he is passionate about.
The Baja Divide connects the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, historic Spanish mission sites rich with shade and water, remote ranchos and fishing villages, bustling highway towns, and every major mountain range in Baja California on miles and miles of beautiful backcountry desert tracks. It is one of the most difficult ultra-endurance bikepacking routes.