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Jul 11, 2016 4:38 PM

Concord's Thomson brothers raise over $24,000 for ALS, complete cross-country bike ride

SEABROOK — Two brothers. Forty-five days. Four thousand five hundred miles. One cause.

Brothers Derek and Dylan Thomson finished their cross-country bike ride Saturday at Seabrook Beach.

READ: 'Connolly Tough': Brothers biking across US for ALS to honor Concord High principal

The pair was joined by 50 other bikers for their last leg of the trip from Concord, which was done to raise money and awareness for ALS – also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease – in honor of recently retired Concord High School principal Gene Connolly.

NH1 has followed them on their journey, rooting for them along the way. We are happy to report they raised over $24,000, surpassing their goal of $20,000.


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