Glen Allen resident Jim Hall hits the road to raise awareness of a common, but under-recognized blood cancer
Bicycling has long been a passion for Glen Allen resident Jim Hall.
He’s been at home on the bike saddle since soon after moving to Richmond in the early 1970s. He started with an old Huffy and a short road trip, in which he quickly learned the worth of a bike more suited to pavement.
At age 68 and retired after a career in information technology, he tries to log 100 to 150 miles each week on the bike, and tries to make regular, 200-mile trips to visit relatives in his native North Carolina. But in 2014, he noticed something was wrong: He found himself laboring while riding with his biking club.