Ride through beautiful Tiverton and Little Compton RI, with a barbecue upon return. All proceeds benefit the Megan L Cordeiro Memorial Foundation.
Gordon Harris is the town historian for Ipswich Massachusetts.
Riding to Cure Rare Disease is the signature charity bike ride for Cure Rare Disease. Riders will have an option to choose between the 25-mile route or the 50-mile route.
Since 2003, thousands of riders and volunteers have participated in numerous Connecticut Tour des Farms bicycle rides. Tour des Farms is designed to raise awareness and funding to implement Connecticut Resource Conservation and Development’s agricultural and conservation projects.
The Tour de Greenbelt is sponsored by the Essex County Greenbelt’s Cox Reservation and Headquarters, 82 Eastern Avenue, Essex, MA 01929. Go to tourdegreenbelt.org Greenbelt, Essex County’s Land Trust works with local landowners and communities to conserve the region’s farmland, wildlife habitat, and scenic landscapes. Cue sheets 25-MILE Cue Sheet 50-MILE Cue […]
The Rodman Ride for Kids is a 25, 50, and 100-mile non-competitive cycling fundraiser for at-risk children in Massachusetts and the youth focused social-service agencies that service them, agencies such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands.The affiliated agencies raise funds through corporate sponsorships […]
The Springfield “Ride-to-Remember” welcomes all bicycle riders to join members of the Law Enforcement, Firefighter and EMT community for the annual Ride-To-Remember charity bicycle ride from Springfield to Boston, MA. This ride is open to the public but it does require the purchase of an official rider’s jersey. The […]
Connecticut CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 10, 33 and 58-miles. Beneficiary: Connecticut Chapter 101 Centerpoint Drive, Suite 107 Middletown, CT Event Location: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, CT Chapter Office, Middletown, CT Routes: 10-mile 33-mile 58-mile 58 Mile Ride (2018) Route at RideWithGPS View and print […]
The annual Seacoast Century Weekend on scenic New England coast with two days of great rides (100, 65, 50 and 25 mile routes). The Granite State Wheelmen invite you to the Seacoast Century Weekend. Your choice of scenic 25, 50, 63 and 100 mile routes along New England’s […]
This year, riders have the option of selecting either the 10-mile family-friendly route or the more challenging 40-mile course. Visit the Hub on Wheels signup page. Route at RideWithGPS View and print cue sheet View and print map GPX file TCX Course
The Annual LAST GASP! The 27th Annual LAST GASP! Ride from Sandwich to Provincetown in support of several Cape Cod Charities! Cape Cod Charitable Funraisers’ premier event is entering its 27th year with a bike ride from Sandwich to Provincetown, a scenic cruise through Cape Cod Bay back […]
Cycle for Rhode Island Cander Research from Salisbury Farm. Opstions include 15 and 40 mile loops. Minimum fundraising is $50.
The Loon Echo Bike Trek offers 25, 50, 80 or 100 miles, with scenic rural roads, starting and ending in Bridgton, Maine, circling through the mountains to Bethel and back. The 18th annual Loon Echo Trek is the largest event benefiting the Loon Echo Land Trust! Proceeds from […]
Coast to the Cure is an annual fundraising ride for neurofibromatosis. Cycle along flat to rolling hills through Boston’s North Shore. See beautiful ocean views, scenic horse and farm country, state forests, classic New England Churches and towns on the North Shore. To accommodate all level of riders, the […]
The H2B Ride is a 125 mile ride from Boston to Provincetown to support people living with HIV and AID. Start: Northeastern University, Boston MA PDF Cue Sheet Route at RideWithGPS View and print cue sheet View and print map GPX file TCX Course
Ride for Habitat supports affordable housing, with a 50-mile loop for the more advanced cyclist, a 25-mile and a 15-mile route for recreational cyclists with breathtaking views of the ocean.
Housing Works is committed to ending AIDS in New York State so we are bringing the Ride home! Each rider must raise $3,500.00