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Hitting a Home Run for Hearing!

Each year 12,000 babies in the US are born with hearing loss. A “bionic ear” or cochlear implant (CI) would allow many to join the hearing world. Jacob Landis, a CI recipient, is riding to all 30 baseball stadiums to raise money for those who could benefit from a CI but cannot afford one.

Jacob’s Ride: Proceeds, Route & Schedule


Jacob’s Ride 180 Game Tickets & Info
May 31, 2014 Miami Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves

Attend the Marlins game with Jacob and help celebrate his 11,000-mile journey to help people hear! There will be a rally and reception at Marlin Park before the game.

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Meet and Ride with Jacob – Join Jacob as he rides the last 60 miles into Marlin Park.

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Don’t have a bike? Don’t worry, you can still ride! – Discounts on bike rentals for the rally are available at Broward Bikes | 954-520-4666.

Proceeds from Jacob’s Ride

Funds raised by Jacob’s Ride go to existing foundations and hospitals that work with cochlear implant candidates. These organizations include:

  • The Gift of Hearing Foundation, Massachusetts
  • Hearing Loss Association of America
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine: Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Maryland
  • Mayo Clinic, Minnesota
  • J.W. Pickle Foundation, Tennessee



Jacob’s ride began on April 3rd in Annapolis, MD where he cycled the first leg of his journey to attend a Nationals baseball game at National Park in Washington, D.C. This was Jacob’s first stadium stop on his coast-to-coast, 11.000 mile bike ride. On September 21st just 180 miles from attending his final game in Marlins Park in Miami, Jacob was hit by a semi-truck. Now fully healed, Jacob will be finishing the final 180 miles of his ride May 28-31, 2014. Click here for more details about Jacob’s final ride.