Join the 7th annual Ride for Food, supporting local food pantries, community farms, and food rescue organizations. The last 6 years have generated $1.6M for local hunger-relief. The Ride for Food starts and finishes at the Noble & Greenough School in Dedham, MA. Participants have three routes (all of which wind through neighboring towns) to choose from.
Every mile helps a woman in need. Ride for Women’s Lunch Place Team, Sunday, September 23, 2018. Choose from 10, 25 or 50 mile routes or be a “virtual rider”.
Name: Ride for Food – Women’s Lunch Place Team
Team Link: https://womenslunchplace.org/ride-for-food/
Location: Noble and Greenough School,, Dedham, MA
Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018
Beneficiary: Women’s Lunch Place
Contact: Liz Harrington firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Coast to the Cure Road Course offers four routes of varying lengths: 24, 40, 66 and 100 miles. NEW THIS YEAR – 40-mile route!
Start: The ride starts and ends at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, MA, and accommodates all levels with 24, 66 and 100 mile options. SAG and rest stop supported. Post-ride BBQ with beer and a stunning view of the ocean. Reasonable registration ($75) and fundraising fees ($150).
Beneficiary: Neurofibromatosis Northeast is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated (as Neurofibromatosis Mass Bay Area) in 1988 by a group of people who were in some way affected by the genetic disorder. Proceeds from the bike ride benefit Neurofibromatosis Northeast and allows the organization to invest in scientific research and to help the many families dealing with neurofibromatosis by providing information and support.
All funds raised through the Philadelphia Honor Ride support Project Hero‘s veteran rehabilitation programs and local HUB locations. Project Hero recovery program’s are available at no cost to wounded veterans and first responders and has proven results improving the mental and physical health and wellness of our healing heroes.
- Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
- Start/Finish: Central Park, 425 Wells Rd, Doylestown, PA 18901
- Route Options. Courses have fully supported rest stops and SAG support.
63 miles – view route
Join Opacum Land Trust for this spectacular scenic bike ride through Sturbridge, Brimfield, Brookfield and surrounding towns and take in the beauty of the several properties Opacum Land Trust has conserved. Serious riders can choose a challenging 50 or 100 mile ride through the hills of Brimfield and Monson. Routes are also laid out for a beautiful 25 mile loop, and a family-friendly 7.5 mile ride. Hyland Orchard’s beautiful new pavilion will offer live music by the Tony Soul Project, while craft beer and food from the Rapscallion Food Truck are available all day.
- Site: Tour Opacum
- Events: https://www.opacumlt.org/news-events/
- Location: Rapscallion Brewery, 195 Arnold Road, Sturbridge MA
- Benefits: Opacum Land Trust http://www.opacumlt.org
- Date: Sunday, July 8, 2018
The CHaD HERO is a fundraising and athletic event benefiting CHaD, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Starting in 2006 as just a half marathon run it has grown to include a competitive 5K run, Cam’s Course 1 Mile Fun Run, 5K walk, 5 and 7 mile wooded hikes, a limited entry 25 or 50 mile bike ride.
The CHaD Half Century ride is a picturesque 50 mile course through the Upper Connecticut River Valley in near peak foliage season. Participating cyclists have a $500 fundraising minimum. Proceeds go to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
The ride starts from the Norris Cotton Cancer Center entrance at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center campus (DHMC) in Lebanon, NH.
- Half Marathon
- 5K Run and Walk
- Hike Cam’s Course
- Bike 25 Mile printable .pdf
- Bike 25 mile downloadable .gpx
- Bike 50 Mile printable .pdf
- Bike 50 mile downloadable .gpx
The CT Challenge bike ride is the main source of funding for the nonprofit organization of the same name, helping the 14.5 million cancer survivors in Connecticut and throughout the U.S. rebuild, improve and prolong their lives through exercise, nutrition, mind-body health and community-building support programs.