Davis Phinney enjoyed 328 victories in his professional cycling career. Diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s disease at age 40, he created the Davis Phinney Foundation to help people living with Parkinson’s live well today. Davis and the Foundation advocate for people to take charge of their disease, take action to improve their quality of life and recognize that in the battle with Parkinson’s, every victory counts.
Davis Phinney is an esteemed American cyclist and Olympic bronze medalist. Throughout the 1980’s and early 1990’s, Phinney was a…
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