Charity Bicycle Rides

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Due to the coronoavirus pandemic, many rides have been cancelled or postponed. Others are creating virtual events to promote fund-raising. In any case, check the website ahead of time.

Want to ride for a reason this year? There are hundreds of major bike rides sponsored by various foundations throughout the US where the top goal is fund-raising, often through a system of pledges for participating bicyclists.

Here are short descriptions and links to the major events. The bicycle ride series include Multiple Sclerosis, Leukemia, Lung, Diabetes, and LiveStrong bike tours. Others, such as the AIDS Lifecycle and Pan Mass Challenge sponsor one event.

If the dates for the charity bike ride are not updated below, check out the website link. Generally, the rides are scheduled within a few days of each other year to year. Here, in no particular order, are some of them:

Charity bike ride series

24 Foundation (formerly 24 Hours of Booty )
Participants ride a closed course for 24 hours to raise money to support patient navigation and survivorship programs in cancer care. In 2017, events in Indianapolis, IN – June, Charlotte, NC – July

American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure

The Tour de Cure is a series of rides in some 80 cities in 44 states nationwide, starting as early as March, so register early. In 2011, more than 55,000 cyclists participated in the rides, raising more than $18 million. One-day events of 10 to 100 miles. Dates: The rides for 2019 are listed by state at the website. These are just a few:

 Tour de Cure – New England Classic– Two rides start from Middlesex Community College, Bedford, Massachusetts. The 150-mile ride tours back roads and seacoasts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. (There’s also a week-long, 500-mile version of the bike ride that explores Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.) Dates: July

Tour de Cure – Oregon/SW Washington – Five options between 5 and 100 miles. All leave from AmberGlen Park in Hillsboro, OR. Date: July

Tour de Cure – Seattle (Woodinville) — Four bike rides, including a 12-mile family friendly ride, a 30-miler and more challenging 63-, and 100-mile routes. Starts at Chateau Ste. Michelle winery. The 100-mile bike course goes all the way to Granite Falls. Date: May 4

Tour de Cure – California — There are 4 Tour de Cure bike rides listed for California . They are: Del Mar – March; Napa Valley (Rohnert Park) – June ; Silicon Valley (Los Altos Hills) – June ; Los Angeles (Irwindale) – October.


Ride 4 DiabetesMay  The charity ride for American Diabetes Association features options of 90k, 60k, 18k and Bunny routes in the West Valley of Santa Clara County. SAG, sweep, and rest stops on all routes. Lunch, entertainment and vendors are provided at the staging area DeAnza College, Cupertino.

American Lung Association

A number of state chapters for the American Lung Association sponsor fund-raiser bike rides. Begin searching by going to “In Your Community” US map, which supplies links to local websites by state. Look for the “Events” tab. Just a few events:

Cycle the Seacoast (Portsmouth NH) — Date: May

Reach the Beach (Oregon) — Ride starts in four locations: Portland (100 miles), Newberg (80 miles), Amity (55 miles), and Grand Ronde (28 miles). Date: May

Reach the Beach (Washington) — Ride starts in four locations: Lacey, Olympia, Elwood or Cosmopolis.  Date:  September

Autumn Escape Bike Trek (Massachusetts) — A 2 2- or 3-day bike tour from Plymouth to Provincetown.  Dates: September

Arthritis Foundation

Arthritis Bike Classic – Marin—  Dates: (TBA)

California Coast Classic Bike Tour — The bike ride takes place over 8 days and covers 525 miles along the coast on Highway 1 from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Benefits the Arthritis Foundation. Dates: September

Audi Best Buddies Challenge

The ride supports volunteers form one-on-one relationships with persons with intellectual disabilities to increase self-confidence, encourage social inclusion and enable lifelong friendships. Malibu, CA — May Boston to Hyannis Port, MA — June ; Carmel to San Simeon, CA — September  and Miami — November

Bike and Build (Cross country)

Ten teams, mostly comprised of college students, raise money for affordable housing and bicycle across the US on different routes, stopping along the way to provide hands on help at construction sites. 2012 is its 10th year. The bicyclists ride about 75 miles a day and share chores on the van-supported ride. (Read more about Bike and Build and sign up early)

The Boob Ride (California and Pennsylvania)
Charity bike ride for the Susan G. Komen 3 Day Walk, the Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer, and the Young Survival Coalition. Presented by FUN 4 GOOD, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Boob Rides – Orange County/San Diego April  Two ride options; one ride starts in Irvine and ends in Solano Beach, the other starts and ends in Solano Beach.

Climate Rides (California North Coast, Ohio, Bears Ears National Monument – Utah, Glacier National Park and Waterton Park – Montana and Canada, Liberty Ride – Philadelphia to DC)

Check the website for dates and locations.

Cycle for Life (Cystic Fibrosis)

The Cycle for Life bike rides raise money for research and treatment for cystic fibrosis, an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive systems of some 30,000 adults and children in the US. The fund-raisers typically feature a one-day bike ride with several mileage options. To find a ride, go to CF Cycle for Life. There, you will find dozens of charity bike rides. Check early to register. Among those that are coming up…


California — Cycle for Life features rides with options of about 25, 40 and 60 miles.

 Sonoma County (Penngrove) — June 12, 2021 Virtual ride in 2021

San DiegoOctober


Connecticut CF Cycle for Life — Sept. 18, 2021 Virtual ride in 2021


SouthSide Cycling Club’s 9th Annual Charity RideJune The ride is partnered with Cystic Fibrosis through Soles for Cole and Hope Global  Initiative.  Four options of 35, 59, 75, and 100 miles in Coweta, Spalding and Meriwether Counties.


        St. Paul (Lady Hill Winery) — July

Washington state

Cycle for Life (Woodinville/Seattle) — July

Tri Cities CF Cycle for Life (Richland)  — August

Get Your Guts in Gear (Crohn’s and Colitis diseases)

GYGIG raises awareness of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and related conditions through cycling events. Over the past 11 years, 25 rides in 6 states have raised more than $1.5 million. In 2015, 1 or 2 day options are offered; 100, 62.5, or 30 miles on Saturday and 10 or 30 miles on Sunday.

Habitat for Humanity

 Habitat 500 Bike Ride  More than 100 cyclists in this charity ride for Habitat for Humanity tour a different area every year. Southern Minnesota is the location in 2010. They visit and help at worksites that provide affordable housing for people, as well as conduct interviews to raise awareness about housing issues. Dates: July

Scenic Tour of the Kootenai River (STOKR) is a one- or two-day charity bike ride out of Libby, Montana, that benefits the local Habitat chapter. Day 1 offers a 98- and 45-mile option. Day 2 is a 37-mile ride to Lake Koocanusa. Limited to 400 cyclists. Dates: May 12-14

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

The foundation raises funds for Type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes) research through a number of “JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes” bike rides:

Loveland, CO — Augest

Amelia Island, FL — October

Death Valley — October

Saratoga Springs, NY — September

La Crosse, WI — August

Santa Fe, NM — November

LiveStrong Challenge bike rides (Lance Armstrong Foundation)

Fund-raisers for Livestrong Foundation, which offers support to cancer survivors. Some of these are Livestrong events, while others are partnering with Livestrong.

5 Boro Bike Tour, NY — May

Leadville 100 MTB, CO — August

Livestrong Challenge, TX  October

MS Bike Rides (National Multiple Sclerosis Society)

The MS Bike Rides sponsor more than 100 bike tours in the US . Last year, cyclists accumulated more than 10 million miles on the rides, that generally are about 150 miles. Overnight activities are planned for the longer rides, with camping, high-school gyms, or local hotels. . See a list of all the MS Bike Rides. Among them are these tours in Pacific Coast area:

Bike MS Explore Willamette Valley (OR) Date: August

Bike MS: Deception Pass Classic (Mount Vernon, WA) Deception Pass Classic is a two-day journey through Skagit, Whatcom and Island Counties Dates: September

Bike MS: Cycle the Silver Valley (Two days, Kellogg, ID) Date: September

Bike MS: Coastal Challenge (Pasadena, CA) Date: June

Bike MS: Waves to Wine Ride (One or two days, San Francisco) Date: September

Bike MS: Bay to Bay (San Diego, 2 days) Date: October

National Psoriasis Foundation

The National Psoriasis Foundation schedules rides in Chicago, Coronado (CA), Hamptons (NY), Napa Valley (CA), New Jersey, Northern Texas, and Willamette Valley (OR).

Team NPF Cycle in the Willamette Valley — June The ride beginning in Independence Park benefits the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF). Options of 10, 30 & 62 miles, followed by lunch, refreshments and live music.

Parkinson’s Disease

Davis Phinney Foundation The winningest American cyclist sponsors teams on organized bike rides to support those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.. In addition, cyclists can form their own challenge bike rides to raise funds for Parkinson’s disease. Also, learn how to create a fund-raising bike ride.

New England Parkinson’s Ride (Maine)

Four ride options of 10, 30, 50 or 100 miles to raise funds for the The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Rides start at Old Orchard Beach, Maine Date: September

Ride Ataxia

Bike rides benefit Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance, which is researching a cure for the debilitating, life-shortening neuro-muscular disorder. Dates : Winters, California — June; Southern California — February ; Dallas, Texas — March ; Chicago, Illinois — July ; Philadelphia — October ; Orlando — November

rideATAXIA NorCal June Starting in Winters, bicyclists can choose options of 1.5, 10, 23, or 52 miles. Fully stocked rest stops, SAG support, and post ride food prepared by Outback Steakhouse and Lazy Dog Restaurant. Fundraising benefits the Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA). 

Ride to Defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

Go to Ride to Defeat ALS website for rides in California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Oregon, and Washington.

So Cal Ride to Defeat ALS — May   The SoCal Ride to Defeat ALS and Walk/Run is a one-day cycling event. Choose from a 40-mile challenge route, a 25-mile route, or a 5 or 10-mile family fun ride.Leaves from Dos Vientos Park, Newbury Park, CA #

Oregon Ride to Defeat ALS July Bicyclists can chose 25-, 50, or 100-mile options for this fund-raiser charity ride that starts in Mt. Angel, near Salem.  Benefits efforts to fight Lou Gehrig’s disease

Treasure Valley Ride to Defeat ALSMay Starts at Stephen C. Guerber Park at the Sunset shelter in Eagle, ID. Options of 10, 23, 30 or 65 miles.

Cindy’s Ride Silver Valley River Ride to Defeat ALS — June Based in Kingston, Idaho.

Anchorage Ride to Defeat ALS — June A ride and walk to support efforts to defeat ALS. The ride takes place on a paved path fronting the beautiful Westchester Lagoon plus scenic mountain views. 

Snohomish Ride to Defeat ALS — July Based in Snohomish; the ride uses the Centennial Trail.

Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS (Yountville, California) — September

Ride to Defeat ALS (Wayland, MA) — Four cycling routes- 75 miles, 50 miles, 25 miles, and a 10-mile family ride- followed by a lunch and celebration at The Longfellow Club in Wayland. See also ALS September

Team Hole in the Wall (Camps for children facing serious illnesses)

ConnecticutAngel Ride is an awareness and fund-raiser for the Camp Hole in the Wall Gang’s Hospital Outreach Program. Mountain biking and road cycling options. Dates: May

Team in Training (Leukemia and Lymphoma)

Instead of sponsoring century rides, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society creates teams that train and raise pledges for participation in local and regional events.  More than $700 million has been raised since 1988. Look for the Team in Training website from the donation page, or check out the Team in Training webpage and insert your zip code.

Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (cross-country)

4K for Cancer is a cross-country fund-raising drive for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. The 4,000-mile bike routes leave from Baltimore for destinations in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and San Diego. Participants are chosen on a first-come basis after interviews.

World Bicycle Relief

The group provides bicycles to individuals and groups in developing nations to help in productivity and provide better access to healthcare and education. Also trains bicycle mechanics in those areas.

Campovelo (Napa Valley, CA) Dates: April

Ride with Joao (Mill Valley, CA) Dates: May

Rebecca’s Private Idaho A 56- or 94-mile mountain bike course on gravel and dirt roads across the rugged mountainous landscape of Ketchum, Idaho. Led by endurance mountain biker Rebecca Rusch.
Date: Aug. 29 – Sept. 1, 2019

Soldier Rides are fund-raisers for WWP that help veterans restore their physical and emotion well-being and enable the public to ride alongside and honor men and women in the military. Check the website to register for upcoming rides.

Individual charity bicycle rides

Abused and neglected children

Tour de OC — April Three options of 25, 50 and 100 miles. Begins at Newport Mesa Church on the Vanguard University campus, 55 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa. Supports Royal Family Kids summer camp for abused children.

AIDS Lifecycle (California)

The fund-raiser is produced by and helps benefit the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center i. This year’s 545-mile ride is scheduled from June

AIDS Ride for Life (New York)

Entering its 17th year, this is a fully supported bike ride around Cayuga Lake in central New York state with 42-, 85- and 100-mile options beginning in Ithaca. Raises funds for Southern Tier AIDS program. Registration begins in March.  Date: September

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (Pennsylvania) Raises funds to battle childhood cancer

Freedom Ride (Independence, MO) — July

Alex’s Million Mile Run.Walk. Ride. — A collective effort to run, walk, and ride 1 million miles in the month of September to help find a cure for childhood cancer.

Alzheimer’s Association

Ride to End Alzheimers (New Hampshire)

Based in Rye, NH. Benefits the Alzheimer’s Association in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Date: June

Spoke & Memories (Indiana)

Based in Whitestown, IN, the charity ride passes through 65 miles of central Indiana (65 miles because every 65 seconds a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s) on mostly rural roads. Start and ends at sponsor Moontown Brewing; SAG stop is at sponsor, Titus Bakery. Date: June

American Cancer Society (Ohio)

The Pan Ohio Hope Ride is a four-day, 328-mile bike ride that rolls across-state from Cleveland to Cincinnati. Overnight at college campuses in Wooster, Otterbein, and Wittenburg. Raises money for ACS’s Hope Lodges. Dates: July

ARC (Texas-Louisiana)

 Tour du Rouge – A multi-day bike tour from Houston to New Orleans. The fund-raiser for The ARC, which promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, covers 535 miles of back roads.  Dates: May

Autism (CHAFE 150 – Sandpoint, Idaho)

CHaFE 150  —  The sixth annual 150-mile bike ride raises money for families dealing with autism. Starting in Sandpoint, the cycling route rolls through northern Idaho and western Montana. There’s also an  80-mile option. Limited to 500 cyclists. Sponsored by the Sandpoint Rotary Club.  Date: June

Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program

BORP Revolution Ride — September Five routes offered through the Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley to raise money for adaptive sports and recreation programs. Options of 5K to 65 miles. Starts at Trentadue Winery in Geyserville. Presented by Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program in Berkeley.

BayCare Clinic Foundation (WI)

BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore — 100-, 60-, 30-, and 15-mile options from Green Bay to Lake Michigan and back.  Date: June

Bike for Sight (Montana)
Options include the Lolo to Hamilton round-trip bike ride on the Bitterroot Trail and a shorter family ride. Benefits the eyesight programs of the Lions Clubs of Missoula and Bitterroot Valley. Date: June

Bike Tour for Cancer (Illinois)

The Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center in Freeport, Illinois, is the beneficiary of the Bike Tour for Cancer. The annual ride offers route options of 20, 30, 75 or 105 miles on lightly traveled roads in northwestern Illinois. Date: June

Bo Bikes Bama ( Alabama)

Bo Jackson leads this charity bike ride of 22 or 62 miles to raise funds for the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund. The Heisman Trophy winner created the ride in response to the deadly tornado outbreak of April 2011. Starts on campus of Auburn University. Date: April

Brain Injury Alliance (Connecticut)

Tour of Lights Bike for Thought  This charity bike ride provides options of 62 miles or 25 miles to raise funds for the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut, which supports brain-injured clients and their families. Date: May

Bike the US for MS

Cross-country bicycle tours raise funds for the James Miller MS Clinic in Charlottesville, VA. Four choices — Northern Tier, Southern Tier, TransAmerica and Tour Divide. Date: Tours begin late May and early June

California Bicycle Coalition

California Dream Ride Ride from Santa Barbara to San Diego. Fully supported. All funds support the California Bicycle Coalition’s “Bikeways to Everywhere” initiative.  Dates: October

Cancer fight

Minnesota Bike Ride — “The Annual Minnesota Crossing for a Good Cause.” The cross-state bicycle tour rolls west to east for 323 miles, starting in Brown’s Valley and ending in Taylor’s Falls. Host towns along the way are Morris, Alexandria, Little Falls, Stanchfield, and Isle. Limited to 30 riders.  The ride supports the fight against cancer. Dates – September

Center for Integrative Care (Boulder, CO)

B Strong Ride celebrates cancer survivors and funds cancer care at the Center for Integrative Care at Boulder Community Hospital and the George Karl Foundation. Four options: mountain loop (69 miles), Red Zinger (38 miles), countryside loop (24 miles) and children’s loop (1 mile). Features a post-ride party. Date: August 10, 2019

C’oeur d’Fondo (C’oeur d’Alene, Idaho)

Cyclists of all ages and abilities can participate in this Lake Coeur d’Alene bike ride. Four options of 108, 84, 37 and 10 miles; the longer rides go around the lake. Benefits the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation. Date: September

Camp Make A Dream (Montana)

Ride Around the Pioneers in One Day (RATPOD) is a 130-mile fund-raiser loop bike ride that encircles the Pioneer Mountains, starting in Dillon. Registration for the popular ride opens on March 1; 650 cyclists maximum. Date: June

Cancer fund-raiser (Washington)

Two County Double Metric Century Ride — June 23, 2019 The bike ride features four distance options — 20, 50, 100 and 200km. The longest passes through Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor, Pacific and Lewis counties. Starts at Providence Regional Cancer Center, 4525 3rd Ave SE Ste 200, Lacey, WA 98503

Central Coast Classique –  Supporting Uniformed Officers and Armed Forces (California)

Cyclists can choose from three options — 100, 62 and 30 miles — for the bike ride that begins at Arroyo Grande and passes vineyards in the Edna Valley. Winery discounts offered at rest stops. Presented by Creative Meditation and San Luis Obispo Law Enforcement Assistance Foundation (SLOLEAF). Date: September

Children’s Cancer Research Fund (US)

Great Cycle Challenge USA is a month-long event in June that benefits Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Hospital-Egleston, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and more. Bicycle riders raise money from friends, family and peers by setting and achieving personal mileage goals for the month.  Riders can ride on any type of bike on their schedule and will be notified of scheduled group rides near them if they wish to ride with other Great Cycle Challenge participants. Dates – June

Columbia University Medical Center (NY)

Velocity: Columbia’s Ride to End Cancer offers four options of 10 to 62.5 miles through the Hudson River Valley, ending at Columbia University. Benefits Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center. Date: October

Cycle Adirondacks (NY)

Cycle Adirondacks is a bike tour that winds in and out of the forested Adirondacks Park. Presented by and benefiting the Wildlife Conservation Society, the 500-mile ride begins and ends in Saranac Lake. Shortened 3- and 4-day trips are also possible. Many amenities, includes three gourmet meals a day. Dates: August

Cycle for Sight (Napa Valley, CA) April 21, 201

Cycle the Seacoast  (American Lung Association) is a one- or two-day bicycle ride between Portsmouth and Ogunquit, New Hampshire, to raise funds for Breathe New Hampshire’s programs to improve air quality and lung health. Cyclists can choose three options on Saturday (25, 42 or 56 miles) and two on Sunday (35 or 53 miles). Dates: May

Cycle the WAVE (WA)

Women Against Violence Everywhere is sponsoring this all-women’s cycling experience benefiting domestic violence programs in Washington State. Four rides to accommodate all levels: Little Sister -12 miles, Girly Girl – 25 miles, Middle Sister – 42 miles and the Burly Girl – 62 miles. Participants will be pampered with girly gift bags, sassy tees, plenty of food, mechanic support and a special spa stop to complete your day. Check out last year’s video. Date: September

Cycliad (Alabama)

The benefits the UAB Cancer Community Network. As registered riders complete the entire loop, they’ll be joined by participants from local hospital regions. Dates: March

Cycling for Sight (San Diego)

Cycling for Sight with the Blind Stokers Club is a weekend tour, with 1-day or 2-day options that include campus living, craft brewery tour, and other leisure options for cyclists of all abilities. Participants will ride alongside team members of Blind Stokers, a club that enables cycling enthusiasts to ride tandems even though their eyesight prevents them from piloting the bikes. Dates: June

Deep Roots Festival bike rides (Georgia)

Four bike rides — 75, 50, 30 and 15 miles — in the rolling hills of Baldwin County are part of the Deep Roots Festival in Milledgeville. Proceeds from the bike rides support Georgia Cancer Support, Community Gardens, Cafe Central and Live Healthy Baldwin/Bicycle Friendly Community. Registration at Date: October

Emmaus homeless shelter (Massachusetts)

Cycle for Shelter – Beginning at North Essex Community College, cyclists can choose from a 20-, 40-, 62-, or 100-mile route that takes them through Haverhill to the New Hampshire seacoast then return along the north shore of Massachusetts. Music, massages, and locally prepared food on return. Benefits Emmaus, a non-profit housing and human services organization in Haverhill that serves homeless and formerly homeless families and single adults. Date: July

Fargo-Moorhead Rotary Foundation (North Dakota/Minnesota)

FM Rotary Ride – The Flatlander supports the activities of the five Rotary clubs in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorehead, Minnesota. Four ride options are Miracle Ride (10 miles), Rustad/Sabin Loop (33 miles), Comstock Loop (45 miles) and a Metric Century. Date: September

Franklin Food Bank (New Jersey)

Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride benefits the Franklin Food Bank, which provides thousands of food packages to the community. Participants can choose from 4 ride options ranging from 10 miles to 62 miles, all starting at Franklin High School in Somerset. Date: April

Franklin Land Trust (western Massachusetts)

Deerfield Dirt Road Randonnee (D2R2) supports land conservation measures western Massachusetts. Six bike route options on low-traffic roads are offered: 180K, 160K, 115K, 100K, 40-mile Green River Tour & 20 mile Family Ride. Date: August

Friends for Life Bike Rally Benefits  (Canada)

A 600km mass participation bike ride from Toronto to Montreal. Benefits Toronto People with AIDS Foundation. About 300 cyclists rode in 2011 and raised $1.237 million. Dates: July – August

Fuller Center Bike Adventure  Cross-country bicycle ride from Atlantic City, NJ, to Astoria, OR,  or Natchez Trace bike ride to raise  money for Fuller Center for Housing, a nonprofit ecumencial Christian housing ministry to provide adequate housing for people in need. Riders will build homes along the way. Dates: June to August

Giro Bello (California)

Three bike ride options through the countryside of Sonoma County — 102, 68 and 29 miles. Proceeds benefit the charitable projects of the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa. Date: June

Home Away Fund (Massachusetts)

Pain in the Mass Bike Tour is a one-day or two-day fund-raiser bike ride for the Home Away Fund which supports families that care for a child with epilepsy at  Children’s Hospital Boston and UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center. Participants can ride individually or as a team. Date: August

Homeless Services (Sonoma, California)

Incarnation 100 The bike ride in Sonoma County benefits homeless services. Options of 100, 62, 45, and 30 miles. Presented by Church of the Incarnation.  Date June

Hub on Wheels (Boston)

Helps fund technology for Boston public shool students. Three options, 10-50 miles. Date: September

Journey of Hope (Cross-country)

The Journey of Hope comprises three cross-country bicycle treks that begin in either San Francisco, Los Angeles or Seattle and end together in Washington, D.C. The event raises funds and awareness for people with disabilities. All the bike riders are members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. A project of Push America. (Read more about it)

Kess Creates – Pedal for People (Florida)

Options of a 30-mile route, 50-mile route, a 5K family fun ride, or a 5K run/walk through West Boca Raton and Parkland. 100% of funds raised will directly support cutting-edge, unbiased, medical research to cure cancer and diabetes. Date: March

Law Enforcement Bike Ride to DC (North Carolina)

A 500-mile bike tour from Charlotte, NC, to Washington DC to support law enforcement officers and remember those who have died in the line of duty. Open to law enforcement personnel as well as the general public. Dates: May

Le Tour de Femme (Cary, North Carolina)

Women’s-only cycling event to raise money for cancer research. Distance options of  15 miles, 31.2 miles, or 62.4 miles. Benefits UNC Health Care. (Also see Facebook pageDate: October

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Florida)

Pedal and Play in Florida — Two-day event in Punta Gorda. Get-acquainted ride on Friday and choice of 4 bike routes on Saturday. Hosted by TEAM Punta Gorda and The Isles Yacht Club. Proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and TEAM Punta Gorda’s bicycle initiatives. Dates: March

Luke’s Ride 2020 — July 11, 2020 A fund-raiser bike ride for Luke’s Journey Autism Fund based in Vancouver, WA. The proceeds go to local autism families.

Macon County Conservation Foundation (Illinois)

Prairie Pedal is a bike ride to raise funds to enable the Foundation to continue its education and preservation projects and environmental education. Three options are offered — 15, 40 or 62 miles. The $25 registration covers rest stop snacks, T-shirt and an after-party. Leaves from Rock Springs Conservation Area, Decatur, Illinois. (Also see Facebook page) Date: September

Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital (WA)

Mary Bridge Children’s Courage (formerly Courage Classic August Choose from four bicycling events: Rainier Fat Tire Ride (Eatonville); Cascade Cruiser (Eatonville); Tahoma Half Century (Eatonville); Northwest Brew Thru (144 miles, Centralia). Fund-raiser for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.

McClean Hospital (Harvard Medical School affiliate, New York)

Eric’s Ride – The Ride for Mental Health — Two days of bicycling around New Paltz, NY. Options of 25, 50 or 100 miles along the Wallkill River Valley and Shawangunk Ridge. A fund-raiser for McClean Hospital for education, research and treatment of mental illness. Dates: June

McCourt Foundation  (Massachusetts)

Tour de South Shore — This bike ride offers two route options — 25 and 50 miles — beginning at Wompatuck State Park and travels through the towns of Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate and Norwell. Raises funds for Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis research. Date September

Meals to Wheels (Puyallup, WA)

Six bike routes wind through Pierce County, covering distances of 10 to 75 miles. Benefits St. Leo Food Connection. Date: June

Meals to Wheels – Lewes/Rehobeth (Delaware)

Meals to Wheels bike ride Three options of 12-, 25-, or 50-mile bike routes through Milton area to support meal delivery to homebound seniors in Sussex County. All rides start at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton. Date: May

Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach (California)

Tour of Long Beach — May Options include a 5-mile Free Family Fun Ride, the picturesque 30-mile course on the bike paths and streets of Long Beach, the 62-mile through Long Beach to Newport Beach or the 100-mile Cruz Gran Fondo which loops through Long Beach then heads south down the Southern California Coast through Sunset Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. Benefits pediatric cancer research at Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach.

National Federation of the Blind (Idaho)

Cycle for Independence — May 16, 2020 The bike ride features options of a metric century (66 miles), 25 miles or 10 miles. A fund-raiser for National Federation of the Blind. 20th Anniversary ride in 2018.  Starts at Riverglen Junior High School, Boise. Face ebook page.

National Psoriasis Foundation ( CA)

Team NPF Cycle in Southern California(Virtual event in 2021) A charity bike ride for the National Psoriasis Foundation. Ride in your own area at your own pace. Dates: May

NorCal AIDS Challenge (Sacramento)

The 330-mile bike ride in Central California benefits HIV/AIDS services in the Sacramento Valley. There’s also a shorter weekend option. Online support for training and fund-raising. Dates: May

Obliteride (Seattle)

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center benefits from this charity bike ride launched in 2013. Three mileage options are offered;  25, 50, and 100 miles. Dates: Aug. 10, 2019 (pre-ride party at Gas Works Park in Seattle.).

AIDS Services Foundation of Orange County

OC Ride for AIDS  – This charity ride for the AIDS Services Foundation gives cyclists three options — 30, 62 or 100 miles. All the loops begin and end at William R. Mason Regional Park, Shelter 6, and include the Pacific Coast Highway and the Back Bay Bike Trail. Date: October

Oregon Supported Living Program (Eugene, Ore.)

Mohawk Valley Metric Century — May The Oregon Supported Living Program presents the Pedal for People Metric Century Ride. Bike ride options of 100k, 100k+, 60k and 40k start and at Armitage Park in Eugene. The ride benefits adults with developmental disabilities. Luncheon with entertainment follows; also prizes.

Pablove Across America (California)

Pablove Across America October A 550-mile bike ride from the East Bay to LA. The route heads east into Yosemite and Sequoia national parks ending up in Los Angeles. A fund-raiser to support the battle against childhood cancer.

Pan-Florida Challenge for Hungry Kids Ride (Naples, FL)

Five route lengths (10/30/62/100/180). Rides are fully supported and start at North Collier Regional Park in Naples, FL. Rides include multiple food and water stops and SAG support, PFC jersey (for 30-mile riders and longer, PFC t-shirt for 10 family fun riders), training programs, local clinics, catered meals, comprehensive online fundraising support, overnight accommodations (for 100 and 180 mile riders), fabulous finish line party, and PFC medal. Dates: March

Pan-Mass Challenge (Massachusetts)

This is the nation’s biggest endurance sports fund-raiser; 5,500 cyclists raised $41 million for Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in 2014. The bike-a-thon participants have a choice of nine different rides, including the original two-day Sturbridge to Provincetown route. Dates: August

Patriot Ride for our Heroes (Indian Wells, CA)

Part of Patriot Weekend. Date: Feb. 8-9, 2019

Pedal for Paws (New Philadelphia, OH)

Three options of 10, 20, or 50 miles to raise funds for the Tuscarawas County Humane Society. (A car show is associated with the event in Dover, Ohio) Date: July 18, 2020

Pedal the Cause (St. Louis, MO)

The event raises money to fund cancer research at Siteman Cancer Center, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine and St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Options of 53 and 23 miles.  Date: September

Pedal the Cause  (aka Padres Pedal the Cause) (San Diego, CA)

The event supports UC-San Diego Moores Cancer Center, Salk Institute, and Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute. Dates: November

Pelotonia (Ohio)

A major cancer fund-raiser ride across Ohio. Routes of 1 or 2 days. Dates: August 2-4, 2019

Peninsula Trail Coalition (Washington state)

Tour de Lavender — August A metric century and family fun ride that starts at 400 W. Fir St. in Sequim and tours the lavender farms in the vicinity. Part of Pedal Power Weekend that pairs with Ride the Hurricane. Benefits the Peninsula Trails Coalition, which supports the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Pennsylvania Hope Ride (Penn.)

The American Cancer Society PA Hope Ride rolls out from Hershey to Philadelphia, with an overnight at Kutztown University. The bike ride starts at the Hope Lodge of Central Pennsylvania in Hershey and ends at the AstraZeneca Hope Lodge near Philadelphia. Cyclists can join for one or two days. Fully supported with sag wagons, well-stocked rest and water stops, and volunteer mechanics. Dates: June

Refugee Resettlement – (Washington state)

Reform Ride for Refugees –  Silverdale. In its second year, this ride supports Lutheran Community Services Northwest’s refugee resettlement work in the Puget Sound region. Date: August

Refuge International (Texas)

Chainge the World Bike Ride in Gilmer, Texas, raises money for Refuge International, which develops programs providing adequate health care, nutrition, clean water and education in Central America. Bike ride options of 10, 20, 40 and 60 miles (100km). Date: September

Ride for AIDS Chicago
The Midwest’s only back-to-back century ride, the event brings together those living with HIV, LGBTQ advocates, amateur cyclists, and endurance athletes to raise funds for HIV services and celebrate human potential. Dates: September

Revolutionary Ramble Bicycle Tour (New Jersey)

Options of 10, 25, 35, 50, 65 or 100-mile tours to raise money for EMS squads and bicycle education in the Madison area. Starts at Drew University in Madison. Date: June

Ride for Autism (New Jersey)

Raises funds and awareness for Autism New Jersey. Routes of 10 miles to 120 miles designed by the Jersey Shore Touring Society bicycle club. Starts at Brookdale Community College, Lindale, NJ. Date: June

Ride the Rivalry ( Ohio)

A new one-day charity bike ride to raise money and awareness for neurological research. Lengths of 25 to 80 miles. Inaugural event leaves from Ohio University and Ohio State University for a midway meet-up based at the Lancaster Festival. Date: July 25, 2020

Ride for Hope (Idaho)

Ride for Hope — JuneRaises funds for healthcare for the medically underserved in the Treasure Valley. Four bike route options of 19 miles to metric century are offered. Starts and ends in Kuna, near Boise.

Rodman Ride for Kids (Massachusetts)

Cyclist choose a bike ride option in southeastern Massachusetts (Foxboro) to raise funds for various children’s charities, including those that treat autism, brain injuries and other special needs. Also, see Facebook page.  Date: September

Roswell Park Cancer Institute (New York)

Empire State Ride rolls out from New York City to Niagara Falls with overnights in Stony Point, Red Hook, Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester. About 35 to 50 miles a day. Fully supported. A fund-raiser for the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Dates: July – August

Sacramento Children’s Home (California)

Sacramento Century Challenge — October  The loop rides start at the Capitol Mall in Sacramento and features four mostly flat courses of 100 miles, metric century, metric half-century, and 16 miles. Proceeds will benefit Sacramento Children’s Home’s Crisis Nursery program.

Santa Cruz AIDS Project (California)

Surf City AIDS Ride The fund-raiser for the Santa Cruz AIDS Project has four options of 12 to 100 miles that direct riders south down the coast, through rolling hills, and strawberry fields. Seven rest stops are offered, including the famous Gizdich pie stop. Starts and ends at Santa Cruz County Courthouse. Date: October

Save-a-Limb Ride (Baltimore)

Choose between a metric century, 30-, 15-, or 6-mile ride for this charity bike ride to raise money for the Save-A-Limb Fund, established in 2001 and supports the fight to save limbs from amputation and provide hip and knee replacements to patients in the US and abroad.  Presented for the Ruben Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Ride rolls out from Oregon Ride State Park. Date: October

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center (California)

Tour d’Organics – Sebastopol — August Visit organic farms in the Sebastopol area on 16-, 30-, 63-, or 100-mile bike rides. Loops begin at Sebastopol community center; sponsored by OrganicAthletic. Annual fund-raiser for  Sebastopol Community Cultural Center. More info here.

Shasta County (Calif.) Children’s Helmet Use

Wildcat Gran Fondo –October Ride distances of 15, 25, 50, 70, 106, 126 miles leaving from Palo Cedro Community Park, Palo Cedro CA 96073. Fund-raiser for children’s helmet use in Shasta County.

Special Olympics of Northern California (Martinez)

Bike the Bridges — June 9, 2019 The fund-raiser for Special Olympics of Northern California offers four options — routes of 25 miles, 50K, 100K, and 100 miles. All routes pass over the Benicia and Carquinez Bridges. Free lunch to riders and discounts to beer festival. Starts at Martinez Waterfront Amphitheater.

Syringa Hospice Foundation (Idaho)

Just for the Hill of It Bike ChallengeJune A 13-mile bike ride up Old White Bird Grade in Grangeville, followed by lunch at Hammer Creek Recreational Park. Benefits the Syringa Hospice program.

Tour de Blue (Alabama)

Starts at Red Diamond Corporate Campus in Moody. Several exciting new cycling routes are offered (50, 75, 100 miles) with periodic rest stops and full SAG support. Post-ride lunch provided by Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q. Supports Urology Health Foundation and its prostate cancer and awareness efforts across Alabama. Date: April

Tour de Palm Springs (California)

One of the earliest charity rides of the year is also one of the biggest. Distances of 5 to 100 miles. Raises money for some 75 nonprofits in the Coachella Valley. Pasta feed and bike expo night before. Date: Feb. 8, 2019

Tour de Pink

South – Palm Beach County, FL — April

East Coast – Bucks County, PA.  Dates: September

West Coast – Encinitas, CA Dates: October

Tour de Simcha (New Jersey)

The Tour de Simcha raises money for Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special, two overnight summer camps designed to meet the medical and social needs of children and teens with cancer and other serious illnesses. Also see Facebook Date: July

Tour des Trees 

The bike tour to benefit the TREE Fund visits different states on an annual basis. Visit the website for current information. Fund-raiser for Tree Fund.

Tour de Whatcom (Washington)

Three mileage options — 25, 50 and 105 miles — for this bike ride that benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Whatcom County. Starts in Bellingham and tours lakes and rivers while in sight of snow-capped Mount Baker. Date: July

Tour de Whidbey The bike ride features mileage options of 33, 50, 67, 100, or 162 miles, as well as a flat 10-mile route for beginners. Rides start at Coupeville Middle/High School. Well-stocked rest stops are located about every 15 miles. Proceeds benefit the WhidbeyHealth Foundation. Date: August

Tour du Rouge (Texas-Louisiana)

This is a fund-raiser for the ARC, benefiting people with intellectual and development disabilities. The route rolls from Houston to New Orleans. Also  3-day options are offered. Dates: May

Tri-State Trek (Massachusetts, Connecticut)

This charity bike ride for treatment of Lou Gehrig’s disease — Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) — rolls out 270 miles from Newton, Mass., to Greenwich, Conn. Cyclists can ride all three days, or just one or two. Dates: June

Vermont Foodbank (Vermont)

 Point to Point (formerly Harpoon Point to Point) — The ride raises funds and awareness for the Vermont Foodbank. Riding options at Mount Ascutney include 100-, 50-, and 25- mile road rides and a 20- and 10-mile trail bike ride (in addition to a half-marathon for runners) Post ride party with showers, BBQ, entertainment and brews. Date: August

Violent crime victims (Washington state)

8 Lakes Leg Aches Bike Ride – Spokane. Supports Lutheran Community Services’ work to provide advocacy and support to Spokane-area citizens affected by violent crimes and other traumatic, life-altering events. Date: August

West Yellowstone-Old Faithful Bicycle Tour (Montana)

The charity bike ride is a fundraiser for several local charities in West Yellowstone, Montana. The National Park Service caps the ride at 350 participants for the 60-mile up and back ride to Old Faithful. The ride coincides National Public Lands Day, when no admission is required. Date: September

Wheels of Love (Maryland)

Wheels of Love is a three-day charity bike ride on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Based in Cambridge, the fund-raiser includes a day of riding around Cambridge, a ride to the Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, and other shoreline destinations. The ride benefits the ALYN Hospital / ALYN Woldenberg Family Hospital, Israel’s only pediatric and adolescent rehabilitation facility. Dates: October

World Relief Global (Washington)

Sea Tri Kan — June A 400-mile charity bike ride of Washington state to raise money for refugees. The bike tour starts at World Relief’s office in Kent and then passes through the Tri-Cities on the way to Spokane. Proceeds are tripled to provide housing assistance, transportation, English language classes, job skills training, interview & resume preparation, and more.

There are hundreds of local fund-raisers rides as well. In the Northwest and Pacific Coast, find the list of fund-raising rides among the calendars of bicycling events in California, Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

Let me know if I’ve missed anything, and I’ll include it on the list. See my email in upper right.

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  1. 19th Holstein Hundred Bike and Walk August 18, 2012 Petaluma CA
    Benefit for West Marin Senior Services.
    Come walk/ride the 19th Annual Holstein Hundred Charity Bike Ride and Walk/Hike, Sat., August 18, 2012. Register online:

    New 6-mile walking/hiking event from Petaluma JUNIOR High to Helen Putnam Regional Park for beautiful panoramic vistas of Holstein cows and a vintage oak tree with a hole in the trunk. Return to Petaluma JUNIOR High for the meal and music among friends.

    Choose the right distance: 100, 65, 30, or 15-mile route winding along the Marin and Sonoma coast, Tomales Bay and rolling hills with happy Holstein cows and enjoy locally grown and baked food, begins/ends at Petaluma JUNIOR High, Petaluma, CA 94952

    Call West Marin Senior Services 415/ 663-8148
    Our mission is helping seniors live long, live well and live at home.

  2. Great compilation of information! I’ve always wondered if anyone had a good list of charity rides from across the country. I can think of a few more, but you covered the big ones. Thanks!

    • sonya thomas on May 1, 2012 at 6:50 pm
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    tour de troit is a fun ride in Detroit, Michigan. It takes place late September.

  3. Love this site…very comprehensive and well written. I’d like to add another charity ride:

    The Edible Pedal 100™ is a recreational yet challenging century bike ride that showcases Northern Nevada and features outstanding locally sourced food at the rest stops and post-ride barbecue. There is something for every rider. Families with young children and cyclists seeking a taste of an organized ride will relish the leisurely 10-mile route through picturesque Washoe Valley. Those interested in a respectable ride will like the 50-mile loop, which includes a trek along bucolic country drives and through rustic towns. Serious roadies ready for a solid challenge will be thrilled with the 100-mile ride, which features a lung-searing, thigh-burning, climb up Kingsbury Grade from Carson Valley to Lake Tahoe.
    Participants will savor mouthwatering local food and drink sourced by partner edible Reno-Tahoe magazine, which celebrates and supports the local food community. Local farmers, ranchers, vintners, brewers, bakers and other food artisans will contribute to the event.

    The objective of the Edible Pedal 100 is to raise funds to benefit the youth, seniors and disadvantaged of Northern Nevada and the world community. Last year Reno Sunrise Rotary helped support Urban Roots Garden Classrooms, Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, local high school culinary scholarships, local high school speech and music contests, 4-H, Reno High School Urban Garden, Washoe HAM radio operators, local trail advocates, WCSD Middle School Leadership Program, Senior Flu Shot Day and numerous projects at Virginia Palmer Elementary School.

    Ride Hard. Eat Well. Give Back.
    775 393-9158

  4. 5th Annual Wediko Century Ride!
    September 15, 2012
    Start in Windsor, NH end in Boston, MA.

    The ride is a 100-mile (62 mi & 25 mi routes available) bike ride from Windsor, NH through the beautiful Monadnock region to Boston’s historic South End.
    The ride benefits Wediko Children’s Services, who has been restoring hope in the lives of children and families for over 75 years. Money raised by the ride are directed towards “green” projects within Wediko.

    Come join us in Restoring Hope Together!

  5. This is a great list that should include a shout out to cyclists in the Tri-state area of PA, NJ, and DE, though riders from everywhere are welcome. Sunday Sept 23, 2012 is the 5th Annual “Bike Fresh, Bike Local” ride in Chester Co PA. “Bike Fresh” offers a choice of 25, 50 or 75 mile rides through some of the most spectacular farmland on the east coast, or the planet. PASA’s longtime member Victory Brewing hosts the event, and puts on a sumptuous post-ride lunch of local foods and award winning craft beer (for riders 21 or older). Proceeds benefit PASA (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture) whose work promotes and support family farms. To register, visit http://www.pasafarming,org. Awesome ride, amazing lunch, great cause to support.

  6. September 22nd, 2012: Oregon Ridge Park, Hunt Valley, MD. Cyclists will ride a 12, 25 or a 62.5 mile (Metric Century) route. Runners will participate in a 5K, USATF Sanctioned Race and a USATF Certified Course. Walkers will participate in a non-timed, family-friendly 5K Walk. Cyclists and Runners/Walkers will enjoy event tee shirts, rest stops with refreshments, and a post-ride celebration Crab Feast/Cookout at The Family Festival. With every mile you ride, run or walk, you can raise money to help individuals and families with Leukemia and other blood cancers. Registration Fees (includes event tee shirt and Family Festival)
Before August 15: $40, August 15 to September 15: $50,September 15-September 22: $70 Student Discount with Student I.D.:
Before August 15: $30, August 15 to September 15: $40, September 15-September 22: $60.

  7. TOUR DE FUZZ (“A Ride with Sonoma County’s Finest”) is a unique and awesome charity bicycle ride taking place in Santa Rosa, CA on Sept 8th…… Ride one of 3 stunning options through the rolling hills of Sonoma County wine country: Half-Metric (50K), Metric Century (100K), and Full Century – also known as Enthusiast, Roadie and Commando……

    Tour de Fuzz is a fundraiser for the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Foundation, providing support for the community in times of crisis. We encourage fundraising and sponsorship for this wonderful charitable event – and offer fundraising incentives and prizes to knock your socks off. You can fundraise $100 to ride any length! …….

    Tour de Fuzz has it all: full SAG, terrific rest stops with tasty treats, a fabulous post-ride BBQ with Lagunitas beer and Sonoma County wines, outstanding music, swag bags, a pool and showers, and the nicest people this side of the yellow line…… There will be SWAT, K9, Bomb Squad demos and more — and you can buy tickets for the BBQ party only so family members not riding can also come and join the festivities!…… Check out the TOUR DE FUZZ WEBSITE to register and for more info including info on visiting Sonoma County. Ride is capped at 1,000 riders!

  8. Please update our post. We are gearing up for the 5th annual NE Parkinson’s Ride in Old Orchard Beach Maine. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Michael J. Fox Foundation to find a cure for Parkinson Disease. This year we are holding the event on September 8,2012. We are looking for riders and volunteers please go to our website to register.
    Thank You!

  9. Hi,
    I’d like to get our ride listed on your website.

    Cycle the WAVE 5th Annual Ride is September 16th

    Cycle the WAVE is an all-women’s cycling experience benefiting domestic violence programs in Washington State. Four rides to accommodate all levels: Little Sister 12mi, girly Girl 25mi, Middle Sister 42mi and the Burly Girl. We will pamper you with girly gift bags, sassy tees, plenty of food, mechanic support and a special spa stop to complete your day. Check out last year’s video Register at

    Let me know if you would like more info or an article.

  10. We just launched a new product that’s perfect for avid bikers.

    Like to find out about advertising on your site or talk to you further about opportunities.

    Marjie Hancock
    740 739 1332

  11. HOT HUNDRED…the Hottest Ride in the South!
    July 27, 2013
    Tuscaloosa, AL.
    Benefitting the Tuscaloosa Community Mental Health Task Force

    Distance options of 29, 36, 52, 701, and 103 are offered.
    Headquarters: University of Alabama Rec Center
    Your ride will begin with a cruise through the beautiful University of Alabama campus. Ride past Denny Chimes and Bryant-Denny Stadium.
    Campus Police will escort you through campus and hand off to The Tuscaloosa Police for escort down University Blvd., past Capitol Park, and out to Sanders Ferry Rd. These first dozen miles offer a flat warm-up for a century ride…or a scenic out-and-back of 29 miles, followed by an afternoon at the Rec Center pool.
    Longer-distance cyclists will travel through the rolling hills of rural West Central Alabama, enjoying the remote and lightly traveled back-roads of Greene County. Ride through small communities with quaint names like Romulus, Jena, Mantua, Lewiston, Snoddy, and Ralph.
    Riding back to campus, no matter what distance you’ve chosen, will bring you down Jack Warner Parkway with beautiful views of Tuscaloosa’s Riverwalk park and the Black Warrior River.
    7 well-stocked Rest Stops and 7 SAG vehicles.
    Join us Friday evening at VeloCity Pro Cycle for packet pick-up and Pre-Ride Party!

  12. Camphill communities in Chester County will host the seventh annual Camphill Challenge cycling event on Sunday, October 20. Camphill Special School, Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, and Camphill Soltane provide life sharing and educational opportunities for children, youth, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    The bike rideoffers fifty, twenty-five, and ten mile courses for all ages and ability levels. A special Family Fun Ride will take participants to Beaver Farm, a working farm with livestock that is part of Camphill Special School.

    Cyclists will wend their ways through Chester County during peak autumn foliage with astounding views of horse farms, historic homes, and covered bridges. A picnic and live music will round out the day.

    Proceeds of the Camphill Challenge benefit the three Camphill communities in Chester County. For more information about the Camphill Challenge, to register for the ride, or become a sponsor, contact Courtney Coffman at 610.469.9236 or or visit

  13. How do i get this ride listed on your website?

    1. Please include our event. on this site…
      4th Annual Charity Bike Ride to benefit St. Luke’s Hospice

      New location – Ride the D & L Trail this year! 18 and 36 mile route options!

      Date: Saturday, May 3
      Time: 10 am
      Location: Lehighton Trailhead

      Route details:
      You will begin your ride south of Jim Thorpe at the Lehighton Trailhead, part of the
      D & L Trail. You’ll ride what might be the most dynamic section of the trail. There are parts when you’ll ride riverside, on the rail-trail, down the canal towpath, and even more civilized paved sections. You’ll see museums, an environmental center, Appalachian Trail crossing, and beautiful vistas of the Blue Mountain, Appalachian Trail and Lehigh Gap.

      No bike? No problem! Loaner bikes and shuttle service will be available through Pocono Biking.

      For more information and to register, please visit:

      Call Michelle Udicious 610 850-2677 for information or questions

  14. IT’S SPRING, come to our Charity Bike Ride to be held in Ocean Isle Beach, NC on April 20, 2013 at 9:00 am. All proceeds benefit local food pantry and families in need. This ride is for cyclists of ALL AGES and abilities. There’s a 5 or 10 mile fun ride for kids or seniors which takes place on the island streets for only $20.00 – children under 16 free. For more experienced riders, there will be a 30 and 60 mile ride for only $35.00. Food will be provided for all riders as well as a commemorative T-shirt. Post Ride Festival with food, music and bike decorating station. Beach Cruiser Raffle! Register online at or contact 910-579-5994 or for a copy of our mail-in registration form.

  15. Here’s a link to a video from the perspective of a first-time rider in the 2012 Amgen People’s Coast Classic for the Arthritis Foundation.
    This year’s ride is Sept. 8 – 13.

  16. Greenville, SC
    May 11, 2013
    BI-LO Charity Ride

    Feature ride is 72 miles and 5000ft of climbing. There is also a 20,30 and 50 mile ride
    All proceeds go to Hidden Treasures School for Special Needs Children

  17. The 2013 Tour de Whidbey is a charity ride for Whidbey General Hospital. choose between 100, 50, 40, or 30 mile routes. Or, for beginners and families, there’s a virtually flat 10 mile route. Proceeds from this year’s event will be used to purchase a new MRI Scan System for the hospital.

    This is a well supported ride with break stations every 10-15 miles, friendly volunteers, and beautiful (and challenging) terrain.

    Approximately 500 riders are expected to participate.

    1. Enjoy beautiful Whidbey Island.
      Our routes have been selected to showcase our scenic and varied island
      terrain. Our volunteers are known for their hospitality. Join us for
      breakfast, breakstations every 12-15 miles and a post-ride chili feed.
      Riders have their choice of 10, 30, 40, 50 and 100 mile routes.
      ■ The 100 mile Century ride is considered one of the most challenging
      in the State.
      ■ The shorter 30, 40 & 50 mile routes are perfect for intermediate
      riders, offering the same incredibly scenic Whidbey Island vistas with
      less elevation change.
      ■ The 10 mile route is a virtually flat ride in a gorgeous pastoral/coastal
      setting. Ideal for beginners and families with children.
      This Tour raises funds annually to purchase medical equipment for our
      community hospital. The goal this year is the purchase of state-of-the-art
      imaging technology essential for minimally invasive surgical procedures
      on the knee, shoulder and hips.
      The perfect
      end of summer ride!
      Saturday, September 20, 2014

  18. Multiple Sclerosis Hope for a Cure, Flywheel, and the New York City Southern New York Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society have parterned for an exciting indoor cycling event to raise awareness and critical funds for Multiple Sclerosis research.

    MS Spin for a Cure will be held Sunday, July 21, 2013 from 7-11 p.m. at Flywheel Upper West Side located at 470 Columbus Ave. (between 82nd and 83rd St.). Proceeds will support the National MS Society’s NOW campaign for research. Visit

  19. The Ride to Defeat ALS is a one-day, fully-supported cycling event taking place Sunday, September 29, 2013 that raises funds to fight Lou Gehrig’s disease. The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter is excited to offer a 10, 25, 50 and 70 mile ride starting and finishing at the Longfellow Club in Wayland, MA. There is a $75 registration and a $250 fundraising minimum. Register Today and support our local ALS community!
    Longfellow Club, 524 Boston Post Road, Wayland, MA 01778
    Phone: 781-255-8884

    The Ride to Defeat ALS is a one-day, fully-supported cycling event taking that raises funds to fight Lou Gehrig’s disease. The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter is excited to offer a 10, 25, 50 and 70 mile rides. $75 Registration Fee and $250 Fundraising Minimum.
    The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter
    315 Norwood Park South,1st Floor
    Norwood, MA 02062
    Phone (781) 255-8884

  20. Hi there,
    I’d like to add our event to your event calendar and hope you can join us!

    Fight Hunger in Vermont! Ride the Harpoon Point to Point Presented by National Life Group!
    Choose from a 100, 50 or 25 mile fully supported bike ride that starts and finishes at the Harpoon Brewery! Post ride party has hot showers, BBQ, live music and brewery fresh beer! for more info!

  21. Hello,
    Please update your page with our upcoming event, we hope to join you on your event calendar!

    Huntsman 140 Bike Ride (Salt Lake City, UT)

    Saturday Jun 21 – 8:00am
    Provided at Registration

    Join the Huntsman 140 fundraising bike ride on June 21, 2014. There are 25, 50, 75, and 140-mile ride options, with all fundraising and proceeds benefiting Huntsman Cancer Institute. Entry fee is $35 and each rider is encouraged to raise $500 through Huntsman Cancer Foundation. This ride features a mass finish and celebration at the steps of Huntsman Cancer Institute.
    Location: Huntsman Cancer Institute. Information and registration available at

    • Alyssa Hancock on March 21, 2014 at 9:39 am
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    We are having an upcoming ride for the AIDS Services Foundation of
    Orange County, Ca. We would love to be listed in your calendar. Here
    is our information:

    Date: Saturday October 25

    Ride start and end location: William R Mason Regional Park, Shelter 6,
    18712 University Dr, Irvine CA 92612

    Contact: Carolyn Spivak
    Director of Events & Community Outreach

    AIDS Services Foundation
    17982 Sky Park Circle Suite J Irvine CA 92614
    Ph: 949 809 5750

    Taste of OCRA 30 mile route

    Metric Century 62 mile route

    Century 100 mile route

    Event description:

    The Orange County Ride for AIDS 5 is Orange County’s most supported
    and enjoyable charity ride event! There are 3 routes to choose from:
    The Taste of OCRA 30 Mile Route, Metric Century 62 Mile Route and
    Century 100 Mile Route. OCRA includes an inspiring opening ceremony,
    delicious breakfast, Pit-Stops and Technical Support on the routes,
    support vehicles and sweeps to ensure everyone is safe and that no one
    get’s left behind, a delicious lunch, OCRA cupcakes, massage stations
    and fun Post Ride Festival

  22. Please add our event to your calendar.
    The I Care Classic Bike Tour

    May 10th, 2014.

    We have 5 different routes that takes into account all levels of fitness. This is a very well supported ride that goes through beautiful South Santa Clara County. This is not a pledge ride. The registration fee includes a continental breakfast, rest stops with home baked cookies, fruit, sports drink, trail mix, etc., BBQ lunch and sundae bar after the ride, and a commemorative t-shirt. This is a bike ride put on by bike riders.
    We are a Lions Club and a non-profit organization. All of the proceeds go toward buying glasses for need children.
    The website is or 408-782-6287 Judy

  23. We would like to request that our event please be added to your calendar.

    Cycle Bucks County (

    June 21st, 2014.

    Cycle Bucks County, now in its fourth year, is a one-day charity bicycle tour for riders of all skill levels. Renowned for its beauty and ideal riding conditions, Bucks County provides the perfect backdrop for this early summer cycling tour that attracts hundreds of riders.

    This year’s event will be held on Saturday, June 21, 2014 on the campus of the New Hope-Solebury High School, located at 180 West Bridge Street in New Hope, PA. There will be four rides: 10 miles for kids and families, 25 miles for cycling enthusiasts and then 50 and 60 mile rides for serious cyclists through the scenic roads of Bucks County. Rest stops and SAG support are provided on all routes.

    The days events include:
    • An Antique Bicycle Show.
    • Kid’s activities include arts and crafts and face-painting.
    • Free t-shirt to all pre-registered riders.
    • Continental breakfast and light lunch.
    • A raffle with many great prizes including the chance to win one of two new Fuji bicycles.

    This year we have chosen The Heart Institute of Doylestown Hospital as the beneficiary of the 2014 ride, to honor the memory of Tara L. Riedley, who passed away suddenly and tragically from an undiagnosed heart condition in 2008. The Cycle Bucks County ride is organized by the Tara L. Riedley Foundation in association with the New Hope-Solebury Community Association.

    New Hope – Solebury Community Association

    Thank you!!

  24. Hello – Great calendar! Could we add our event to it? Here is our info. Please email with any questions! Thank you.

    The Pain in the Mass Tour
    September 20-21, 2014

    Option between the one-day century or the two-day tour. Can ride as an individual or as part of a team!

    All proceeds of the Pain in the Mass Tour benefit The Home Away Fund. The Home Away Fund is a fund within the Tyler Foundation that focuses on improving the quality of the families’ lives while caring for their child with epilepsy at Children’s Hospital Boston and UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center. ​

    ​The Home Away Fund focuses on providing the families that have a child with EPILEPSY that are at the hospital for extended stays a more suitable living environment. We do this by providing both the simplest of needs such as toothpaste and hair detangler for after their EEGs to upgrades in the living and play areas within the hospital including new overnight beds, upgraded entertainment facilities, and updated books, movies and games.

  25. The link you have associated with the Napa Ride to Defeat ALS is connecting with the 2013 website. This is the current link –

    1. Thanks, John. I changed it.

    • Sarah Chromy on July 14, 2014 at 5:46 pm
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    Hello—could I ask that you update information on the following Bike MS rides in the PNW, please? Thanks very much!

    Sarah Chromy, Communications Manager, National MS Society, Greater Northwest Chapter, 406-252-5927, press 1 then ext. 40235 (w); 206-407-4392 (c);

    [change name of Washington ride from “Bike MS: Ride in Washington (Mount Vernon) Dates: Sept. 6-7, 2014” to:]
    Bike MS: Deception Pass Classic 2014 (Mount Vernon, WA) Dates: Sept. 6-7, 2014

    [change name and date of Inland/Idaho ride from “Bike MS: Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes 2014 Date: Sept. 16-17, 2014” to:]
    Bike MS: Cycle the Silver Valley 2014 (Kellogg, ID) Dates: Sept. 13-14, 2014

    [and could you please add the Montana ride with link provided?]
    Bike MS: Ride the Sky 2014 (Bozeman, MT) Dates: Aug. 16-17, 2014

    • Michele on September 29, 2014 at 11:23 am
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    Hi. I’d like to bike across the country for a chaity however I do not know where to begin. I know which charity I’ll give the proceeds to however, how do I begin this endeavor? Please direct me…

    • Carolina on October 21, 2014 at 12:53 pm
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    Does anyone know if there’s a nationwide same day charity event or race in Nov. 2014

    Looking for a nationwide charity that can allow our employees volunteer from each of their nationwide locations on the same day for the same cause.

    Please shoot me an e-mail if you do:

  26. Wow nice idea.your charity bicycle rides is best idea.

  27. Thanks for finally writing about > Charity Bicycle Rides

    • Jocelyn on April 12, 2015 at 9:40 am
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    Add the 4K for Cancer through the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults!

  28. Hi there,

    I see you already have Team Hole in the Wall listed with our AngelRide charity ride May 23-24, 2015. The website to register for AngelRide that can be added to that post is

    In addition, we have 15 charity entries into the New York City Triathlon on July 19, 2015. Please see to register.

    We also have a ride called the Camp Challenge Ride, which takes place at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp on September 12, 2015 in Ashford, Conn. This ride has a 15-, 30-, or 62.5-mile route options. It’s the only ride that starts and finishes at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and is for cyclists of all levels, with rest stops, SAG vehicle support, souvenir apparel and a one-of-a-kind finish festival with Camp tours, activities, food and live entertainment! 100% of rider and volunteer fundraising goes toward sending children coping with serious illness to The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp!

    Please visit to learn more about how we provide “a different kind of healing” to children and families battling serious illness.

    Thank you so much! Have a great day!


    Catie Olsen
    Recruitment Coordinator, Team Hole in the Wall

  29. Get on your bike and explore the Woonasquatucket River from DownCity Providence to the Scituate Reservoir and back to Waterplace Park.
    We have more options for this, our 6th Annual bike-a-thon fundraiser for the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council! Ride 62, 42, 30, 10 or 5 miles with full support from our brilliant and steadfast team of volunteers.

    8:00 am – Metric Century (62-mile ride)
    9:00 am – 42-mile ride
    10:30 am – 30-mile ride
    11:00 am – 10-mile ride
    11:30 am – 5-mile ride or walk

    The Woony Ride brings out families and avid cyclists from the all over the region to enjoy the beauty of the Woonasquatucket River, a historic asset to the state of Rhode Island. It’s a fully supported ride, and it ends with an AFTER-PARTY at Waterplace Park in Downtown Providence – live music, food, and awesome prizes for fundraisers!
    All funds raised for the Woony River Ride support our youth programs (including Red Shed Bike Camp), environmental restoration, bike path maintenance, and future extensions to the Woonasquatucket River Bike Path!
    PRE-Register NOW: Individual $60. Walk-Up Registration: $80.
    ***Children age 15 and under ride FREE with a paying adult.**

  30. 6th Annual Break the Cycle Bike-a-thon and Walk

    The Erie County Commission on the Status of Women and local domestic violence advocates and community volunteers will host the 6th Annual Break the Cycle Bike-a-thon and Walk on Saturday, September 26, 2015. The Bike-a-thon and Walk will take place at Isle View Park in Tonawanda, NY. This is a beautiful family event.

    Saturday, September 26, 2015
    Registration begins at 8:30 am
    Ride/walk begins at 10:00 am

    A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Tribute Garden, a permanent, living memorial being built in Isle View Park, will take place during this event. The garden will honor domestic violence victims, survivors, and their families. The ceremony will begin at approximately 10:45 am.

    The Bike-a-thon will be followed by a celebration of being together with music, raffles, and light food. Registration includes tee-shirt, but availability is limited.

    New this year, people that register for the event can also create their own CrowdRise page to help raise money for the Tribute Garden.

    Have questions about Break the Cycle Bike-a-thon & Walk and/or Tribute Garden Ribbon Cutting? Contact Erie County Commission on the Status of Women.

    Tribute Garden WNY –

  31. Dear Sir/Madam,
    We are Youth for Empowering Society (YES NNGO) here in South Sudan and we need your support to let us response in the crisis which occur in December 15th/2013, which cost a lot of damages and displacing to so many people in the country and due to the limit of our funds we could not make it in them and we are asking for your assistance to help us, to let us give hands in them, through food, education, water and sanitation and they others needs in the affected areas in country and we will be happy for your positive response.

    And God bless you so much.


    Gabriel Ken Malek
    Executive Director
    YES NNGO, Juba, South Sudan
    Contact: +211955354113

  32. September 24, 2016 to October 01, 2016

    The Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic Bike Tour is a scenic bike ride that takes place over 8 days and covers 525 miles along the coast on Highway 1. The Tour starts in the heart of San Francisco and ends on the iconic strand of Los Angeles. The “CCC”, as it is affectionately known, is a full-service ride which provides the framework for one of the most incredible experiences of a lifetime. We welcome beginners to experienced cyclists to enjoy the coastline’s famous wineries, lighthouses and beaches.

    The California Coast Classic benefits the Arthritis Foundation by raising vital funds needed to find a cure for arthritis. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids’ camps and much more.

  33. Tour de Blairstown August 6, 2016. Three beautiful road ride-2, 40 and 62 miles. Cost is only $25.00.
    The event is a benefit for the Foodshed Alliance which is a grassroots non-profit devoted to promoting sustainable farming and locally grown, fresh, healthy food in Northern New Jersey.
    All rides start and finish at the Blairstown Farmer’s Market. The market will be open so everyone will have the opportunity to purchase locally grown products. Food will be available for purchase after the ride from two great food trucks.
    Registration starts at 7:30AM. The 62 mile ride leaves at 8:30AM and the 25 and 40 leave at 9:00AM. There will be nicely stocked rest stops on all rides.
    Parking is free.
    Come join us and experience great riding on the rural road of Warren County, NJ.It s only a little over an hour away from NYC.
    For more information contact:

    Kendrya Close
    Foodshed Alliance

  34. 5th Annual ANGEL RIDE 2016 Big Rapids, Michigan


    13 MILES, 26 MILES, 52 MILES, 72 MILES, 100 MILES


    Angels of Action delivers backpacks filled with nutritious food every Friday to lockers of Preschool-4th grade youngsters who are in danger of going hungry over the weekends. Those children are at greatest risk and are identified by local school teachers and administrators.












    For more information go to: or

    email questions to:

  35. Tour del Toro 2016
    Saturday, November 12, 2016
    Foothill Ranch, CA

    Join us for this 3rd annual running and cycling event in Lake Forest, CA to raise funds for the new Boys & Girls Club Program in Lake Forest. For our runners, both the 5K and 10K will be trail runs through the beautiful, wooded, Whiting Ranch in So Orange County. Bike riders will have the option to chose the family-friendly 25 mile route (or any part there of), OR challenge themselves with our two 50 mile routes – from hills to ocean and back. And for our little ones, their will be the Bicycle Rodeo where kids can learn all about road rules and safety. We are also very excited to bring in new food court, beer garden and expanded Expo area – all thanks to the input from past participants.

    Come join us for a day of fun, friends, and fresh air – Tour del Toro 2016.
    Start Location
    Foothill Ranch Town Centre
    26652 Portola Parkway
    Foothill Ranch, CA, 92610
    United States

    • Kristin on July 24, 2017 at 4:51 pm
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    Are there any in the NW area to help support Epilepsy research?

    • Carol Myron on November 9, 2017 at 7:38 am
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    Looking for a 3/4 day ride supporting mental health. anyone know of any anywhere?

  36. Please post this charity bike ride event. Thanks!!!!

    Location: Haverhill, Mass.
    Date: July 22, 2018

    The 30th Annual Cycle for Shelter to benefit Emmaus will be held at Northern Essex Community College on July 22, 2018.

    Cyclists can ride a 20-mile, 40-mile, 62-mile or 100-mile scenic route that will take them through Haverhill, MA, up to the seacoast of New Hampshire, and south through the North Shore of Massachusetts. Upon returning to the college, riders can enjoy delicious food prepared by local restaurants, music and massages. Proceeds from this event benefit Emmaus, a non-profit housing and human services organization in Haverhill that serves homeless and formerly homeless families and single adults.

    For more information, please call (978) 241-3425 or email or visit or

  37. Hi there,

    I have some updated information for The Point to Point for your calendar!

    Formerly the Harpoon Point to Point, the Point to Point, powered by VSECU, is a fundraising event that benefits the Vermont Foodbank. The event includes cycling (riding) and running options. Riding options include 100-, 50-, and 25- mile road rides and a 20- and 10-mile trail bike ride. New this year, the Point to Point includes a half marathon.

    WHEN: August 11, 2018
    WHERE: Mount Ascutney
    400 Ski Tow Road
    Brownsville, VT 05037


    • Nicole on June 5, 2018 at 3:01 pm
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    Tour de Simcha is not on the list. for children with cancer.

  38. True Grit Ride 105
    Annual non -competitive road ride with 10, 30, 45, 62, or 105 mile courses.
    Mountain bike ride 18 miles
    5K run certified
    Benefits the Community Services Clearinghouse who feed the food insecure working families, cancer patients, and school children through the Backpack Program in 5 counties of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma

    • Timothy Wiamer on February 11, 2019 at 8:54 am
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    Great Calendar! Please add our charity event to it!!!

    My name is Timothy Wiamer and I work for The National MS Society-NJ Metro Chapter. Our society brings awareness about MS and fund raises for research to help find a cure for MS. We are hosting our Bike MS: City to Shore event on September 21-22, 2019. This event is one of our biggest events of the year. Bike MS: City to Shore has multiple options for riders. You have the option of riding 25, 45, 75, 100, 150, and even 175 miles! The start/ end location of this event is PATCO Woodcrest Station to Ocean City, N.J. Starting from: Multiple start locations, including 75/100 mile start in: Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. We would love for you to join us for this event as well as join the fight against MS and help us to one day find a cure. If you should have any questions about the event, please feel free to email me.

    Thank you!

  39. Thank you very much! This is an extremely helpful and comprehensive list. A compendious yet informative calendar! Will definitely share this with my bike riding friends.

  40. I would like to add the AIDS Vaccine 200 to this list. This is a double century ride on May 16-17, 2020 that raises money for Emory Vaccine Center and other HIV/AIDS service organizations. We start in Atlanta, GA, ride to Eatonton, GA and then come back the following day.

    The AV200 is a challenging – and fun! – two-day, 200-mile ride that raises money to stop HIV/AIDS. The Ride takes place in May and attracts more than 150 cyclists and an army of volunteers. It is fully supported with SAG (support and gear) teams as well as refueling pit stops every 15 or so miles. Riders can complete as much or as little of the Ride as they wish, either as individuals or part of relay teams.

  41. Ride to End ALZ- 6/6/20
    Hampton Beach State Park- Hampton, NH

    The Ride to End ALZ  is a fully supported, one-day fundraising event to directly impact the pace and momentum behind the fight to end Alzheimer’s disease. Inspired by a determination to end this disease, participants in the Ride to End ALZ raise critical funds and awareness to advance research and bring us one step closer to a cure. 

    Whether you’re an avid cyclist or a weekend warrior, the Ride to End ALZ is for a range of riders! Choose between four (4) scenic options (100, 62, 30 mile or family ride), cycling along the beautiful coast of New Hampshire and through picturesque New England towns before ending back at oceanside Hampton Beach State Park in Hampton, NH!  

    Distance Options: 100, 62, 30 or Family Ride
    Registration fee: $50, EARLY BIRD- $1 Reg until 12/31/19, USE CODE 2020
    Visit for more info!

  42. Spoke & Memories – A bike ride to fight Alzheimer’s – 6/19/21
    Whitestown, IN

    Combining our love of cycling and desire to support the Alzheimer’s Association, we created Spoke & Memories. A 65 mile ride through central IN. We decided on 65 miles because every 65 seconds a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. The course is mainly rural roads. We start and finish at our sponsor Moontown Brewing and our SAG stop is at another sponsor, Titus Bakery. Both are well known for their quality food / drink.
    $20 to register on the Alzheimer’s site and then we required another $180 in donations or contribution by June 19th.
    Go to to start registration and get more information.

  43. Oh thanks a lot for this article actually I am from Nepal and I want to join such ride so can you tell me how can I do so

  44. 12th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge

    We are so excited to announce that the 12th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge returns this year as an IN-PERSON fundraiser, and we can’t WAIT to see all of you again! Saturday, June 18 will be a reunion of sorts – and we have a bunch of fantastic changes on tap that we hope you will love and enjoy.

    Register online at the link below to participate in an awesome event for an even more awesome cause!

    June 18th, 2022 is the live event itself, hosted at Skyeship Base Lodge, at Killington resort.

    Registration for the ongoing online peer to peer fundraising is live, please visit: to register!

    NEW VENUE! Yes, another big change is a new venue. We’re headed back to where it all began: at Killington Resort’s Skyeship Base Area on Route 4 in Killington. All bike routes will be the same, but start and end at the new location.
    5751 US-4, Killington, VT 05751

    Plus we’ll have locations off-site for those who would like to paddle, mountain bike, gravel ride, or hike as well. With loads of room to spread out, we’ll have live music once again, yummy food trucks with lots of options, the silent auction, and much more.

  45. Happy Friday!

    I hope you had an awesome 4th of July.

    We have listed our Coast to the Cure cycle event with you in the past. It’s our largest annual fundraising event. Last year we did over $139,000. Any chance you want to do it again?

    I’ve attached some information but also detailed some stuff below. Let me know if you need more.

    Coast to Cure – Cycle Event
    Start and finish at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, MA
    24, 50, and 100-mile routes
    Cyclists can register online. Registration is $75 (covers the ride, post-ride lunch, and 1 ticket to our Harpoon Beer Garden)
    Riders who raise more than $250 will receive a Coast to the Cure cycle jersey – while supplies and sizes last.

    THANK YOU!!!

    Check us out in Northshore Magazine!

    Lisa F. Leger, MBA
    Director of Fundraising and Innovation
    Neurofibromatosis Northeast
    9 Bedford Street
    Burlington, MA 01803
    0 – 781-298-0695 (direct)
    C – 617-335-7538

    Cycle the Northshore to Fight NF!

  46. 2 months until JFCS 2nd Annual Wheels for Meals bike ride fundraiser! Are you registered? Sign up to ride solo, create a team, or support a cyclist on their ride. There are multiple ways to support this event and all proceeds benefit JFCS food programs. Collectively, our food pantry & distribution services benefit over 32,000 food insecure individuals in Mercer County EACH YEAR. Help us keep our neighbors nourished and ride for a cause on Sunday, October 9.

    Our sponsors include:
    -Lennar -Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber -Stark & Stark -The Bank of Princeton -Capital Health (US) -NJM Insurance Group -Northfield Bank -Orland’s Ewing Memorial Chapel -PJ’s Pancake House & Tavern -Skyline Solar, L.L.C -Szaferman Lakind -Roundview Capital -Princeton Pong -Jays Cycles -Witherspoon Media Group -NJ Sings LLC

    Find the details at

    Hope to see you there!!

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