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.
Happiness is contagious and a key ingredient in any long and happy marriage.
A long-time Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassador shares his prescription for living well.
Does cycling really help people with Parkinson’s?
Jay Alberts discusses his research into the effects of forced exercise on a range of Parkinson’s symptoms.
Learn how saying “no” as a care partner as a protective strategy can actually mean saying “yes”.
Sing along with Davis Phinney and his daughter Kelsey as they practice vocal exercises.
When Taylor Phinney paints a bike, you’re going to want it!