Join us in the fight against Duchenne!

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Our first challenge is in the fight against Duchenne. Our Avisi colleagues Elise, Thijs, Tommy, Hajo, Berry, and Gert-Jan will participate in Duchenne Heroes to raise funds for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research. Read about their motivations for participating in this event. 

Join them in the fight against Duchenne!

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This map shows the route our Duchenne Heroes will complete. The trail starts in the beautiful, lush Ardennes, continues to Esch-Sur-Süre, La Roche, and Spa, and ends at the well known Drielandenpunt.  



Join us in the fight against Duchenne!
It would be fantastic if you helped us in the fight against Duchenne. You can sponsor our efforts by purchasing one of our sponsor packages! We offer three different packages: 'Tour de France', 'Giro d'Italia' or 'Vuelta a España'. Every sponsor will also be entered into a raffle to win a grand prize. 

Donation counter
The counter below shows the amount we have raised so far. Will you help us reach our goal of € 10.000?


Our Avisi MTB Heroes will spend their time training for the big trail on the 16th of September. Check out how many laps have been completed, how many kilometers have been covered, and the total cycling time per week!

About Duchenne

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a severe muscle disease that affects and weakens the muscles of primarily young boys. Muscle weakness usually begins around the age of two and worsens quickly. Most are unable to walk by the age of 12 and the average life expectancy is 26. Duchenne affects 1 in 4,000 newborn boys in the Netherlands.

Duchenne is caused by a mutation of the dystrophin gene in the X chromosome. The absence of dystrophin causes damage to muscle cells and eventually results in the death of the cell. As a result, children with Duchenne have difficulty walking and have a general problem with other motor skills such as getting up or standing.

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