Lance Armstrong Address LIVESTRONG Supporters: "We Will Move Forward"
Though he's recently stepped down as its chairman, Lance Armstrong spoke at the LIVESTRONG Challenge Ride at the Palmer Events Center in Austin, Texas on Sunday (October 21).
The embattled cyclist wore a black t-shirt and ball cap as he addressed more than 4,000 cyclists who rode to support cancer survivors.
His remarks at Friday's Ride for the Roses event didn't address the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's allegations, but he did note, "People ask me a lot how are you doing. And I tell them I've been better, but I've also been worse."
Though some donors have asked for their money back after the USADA called the seven-time Tour de France winner's actions, "the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program," Lance assures donors concerned about cancer, "We will not be deterred. We will move forward."