Wheels for the World 2016: Saving Lives by the Mile

Barry riding again for Save One Life

Wheels for the World 2016

Since 2012 Barry has ridden over 10,000 miles to help raise $150,000 for Save One Life.

Time to ride again! Barry's goal? 5,000 miles--from Everett, Washington through 22 states to Key Largo, Florida! He will ride from July 17 - September 11.

Our fundraising goal is $50,000...that's $10 a mile!

Each dollar raised helps us reach out to more deserving people with hemophilia, like Barry's own beneficiary, 19-year-old Mukesh from India. We assist with sponsorships, scholarships, micro-enterprise grants and hemophilia camps. Save One Life is the only organization in the world that serves the international hemophilia community in this way!

Thanks for championing Barry and saving lives by the mile!

Mukesh--Barrys beneficiary
Mukesh: Barry's beneficiary
Goal: $50,000
Pledged: $51,871



Our Sponsors

Gold Sponsor


Silver Sponsor


Bronze Sponsor

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George King BioMedical


Hemophilia Indiana


Optum Rx


Lone Star Hemophilia Chapter

Barry's Route Map: Saving Lives by the Mile
Map route

Barry Haarde's Wheel for the World Campaigns

When a man is determined, there is no stopping him! We are thrilled that Barry will undertake his longest ride ever this summer in Wheels for the World: Saving Lives by the Mile.

This will be Barry's fifth cross-country tour for Save One Life. In 2015 Barry logged in 4,368 miles in his Piles of Miles tour from California to Massachusetts and helped raise $37,800. In 2014 Barry toured 2,904 miles through the southern USA with Big Wheels Keep on Turnin'--raising $47,500. In 2013 Barry rode an average of 110 miles a day in FAST & FURIOUS for a total of 3,456 miles, raising $37,600. Barry became the first person with hemophilia and HIV to cycle across the United States in 2012 when he rode 3,667 miles from Astoria, Oregon to Portsmouth, NH, raising $44,700.

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