Media Production - MS150
MS150 Moving Violations
150 Moving Violations
Documentary will follow Rick and Sue Ebner, their family and the Moving
Team in the 2006 MS 150. The scope and context of the documentary
is currently being developed. The completed documentary is
scheduled for release in February 2007. Documentary Preview
Rick Ebner rode in his first MS 150 in 1986 and has participated in the
ride 15 times since then. Rick was diagnosed with Multiple
sclerosis in 1998. The Moving Violations team was
formed in 2000.
Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often disabling
disease of the central nervous system that generally strikes people
between the ages of 20 and 50. Symptoms can range from numbness in the
limbs to paralysis or loss of vision. The progress, severity, and
specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but
advances in research and treatments are giving hope to those affected
by the disease. For more information visit the National MS Society.
annual MS 150 Bike Tour presented by GMAC-RFC took cyclists
from Proctor to the Twin Cities on beautiful state trails and roads
with an overnight at Grand Casino Hinckley. Participants raised
approximately $2 million to support MS research and enable the many
programs offered by the National MS Society for people affected by MS.
Donate to the MS 150
a MS Society ePledge to Chris Macgowan - Moving Violations
Send a check made out the MS
Society, Minnesota Chapter.
Note: Add "Chris Macgowan -
Moving Violations" in the
MS Society, Minnesota Chapter
200 12th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Last Updated: 09 Jul