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By Laura Kelly on 2/27/18
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DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2020-05-22
2020-05-25
Baltimore Bicycling Club's annual Kent County Spring Fling11, 21, 31, 41, 51,12:00 PMWashington College, Chestertown, MD,MDBob Carson
Baltimore Bike Club's annual Kent County Spring Fling on Memorial Day Weekend, coinciding with the Memorial Day Festival in colonial-era, historic Chestertown, MD, on the Chester River, on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake. Chestertown is 85 miles south of Philadelphia, and easy to access via major highways. Many of our guests join us from New York City, New York State.
Traditional package is 4 days (Fri-Mon), but there is also a 3-day option (Fri to Sun). All-inclusive package of suite-style dorm accommodations (for three nights - Fri, Sat, Sun), cue sheets & maps, group rides with Leaders, meals, parties, snacks, live music & dancing, yoga classes, etc. Access to all the amenities on the campus of Washington College. Short walk to downtown Chestertown, and the riverfront, where the holiday festival takes place: parades, craft fair, raft race on the river, etc. Full packet of cue sheets for a wide range if distances, from 11 to 100+ miles. GROUP DISCOUNTS available - contact Director Bob Carson. For guests who prefer not to stay in dorms, there is an off-campus option.....some guests stay at the nearby Holiday Inn Express, or, at B & B inns, or, in their RV's parked in the camp;us parking lot.
2020-05-01
2020-05-03
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's annual Spring-n2-Cycling Weekend15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMQuality Inn & Suites of Danville,PALinda
Complete package:
Two nights at the Quality Inn of Danville,
Tour packets with cue sheets & maps for a wide variety of routes,
Scenic routes for a wide range of distances, from 15 to 75+ miles
Group rides with leaders,
Friday & Saturday dinners,
Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
Sandwiches and snacks to take with you on rides,
Spring Fling outdoor festival in downtown Danville on Saturday,
Live music at the hotel on Saturday afternoon, after our rides,
Round-trip bus transportation to & from Saturday dinner,
Parties, snacks, SAG, & more.
Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website, at:
https://phillybikeclub.org, or, https://BCPWeekends.org
For any questions, please contact Linda McGrane, at:
267-251-7862, or LindaBCPEvents@yahoo.com
2020-04-25Cross Mountain Crusher558:30 AM651 Co Rd 38, Margaretville,NY
This event is designed for those who wish to challenge their physical abilities to the maximum while enjoying beautiful backcountry roads in the Catskill Mountains.

The 55-mile course features five hefty hills and 5000' feet of elevation gain, with portions of the ascent of Cross Mountain exceeding 20%. There will be feed station support, and mechanical & vehicular support as needed. Many of the gravel roads are seasonal roads, so rough climbing and descending should be expected.

The Crusher also serves as timely stepping stone event for cyclists who plan on riding the Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder in May and the Black Fly Challenge in June.
2020-06-07Go The Distance For Autism50,25, 10 miles7:00 AMBergen County Community College Paramus, NJ,NJ
Multi-distance (50,25,10) mile rides fully supported rest stops and SAG. Lunch and event t-shirt include.
2020-05-16Quad County Metric26-67 miles7:30 AMGreen Lane Park, Green Lane,PACentury Director
Ride the SCU Quad County Metric on Saturday, May 16, 2020! Our 20th anniversary event! Start from scenic Green Lane Park in rural western Montgomery County (PA), and ride 26-67 miles in low-traffic sections of Montgomery, Bucks, Berks and Lehigh Counties. Or ride the new gravel route (distance TBD). Registration includes free lunch with vegetarian options. Rest stops have a large assortment of home-baked snacks. Join SCU and save $10 on registration! Register by April 12th and receive a discount and a free 20th-anniversary drawstring backpack. Low-cost overnight camping is available at the start location. Suburban Cyclists Unlimited (SCU) http://RideTheQuad.com/
2020-09-12
2020-09-13
Ride to Cure Diabetesup to 100 miles7:00 AMSaratoga Springs,Jill Waller
JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes is a charitable bike ride that to-date has raised over $50 million for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The Ride gives cyclists of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to support breakthroughs that transform the lives of people with T1D, until there is a cure.

JDRF Ride isn't just a bike ride: it's an experience where hundreds of riders come together from all over the world to make new friendships, enjoy the unparalleled camaraderie of the Ride community and raise money to help end T1D
Riders choose one of our fundraising packages and set their own mileage goal. Along the way, you'll receive the full support of the JDRF Ride community—including everyone from Ride coaches to the fundraising experts—who will help you reach and exceed your fundraising and training goals.

Join the JDRF Ride Community

When you register, you'll become a part of the JDRF Ride family, a community of all ages, who return year after year to inspire each other and raise money for life-changing T1D research.

In addition to enjoying the comradery, registered riders who complete their fundraising will receive a commemorative JDRF Ride jersey made by Hincapie Sportswear. Any T1D Rider can choose to receive a special T1D version of this jersey instead—and inspire us all as you cross the finish line!

Pick a premier Ride event

There are six 2020 JDRF Rides across the country. Each of the Rides, which occur July through November, offer a unique and unforgettable experience. From riding the rolling hills of upstate New York to the beautiful maritime forests of Amelia Island, JDRF has a Ride for you.

Help create a world without T1D

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a serious and stressful disease in which a person's pancreas stops producing insulin, a hormone the body needs to get energy from food. T1D strikes children and adults suddenly—and managing it is a constant balancing act. There is currently nothing you can do to prevent it, and there is no cure.

JDRF is the leading global organization funding T1D research. We want a cure and we won't stop until we make one a reality. Along the way, we will continue to support advances that make it safer and easier to live with this disease. By taking part in JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes, you'll help us get there faster.
2020-06-27
2020-06-28
The Ride for Mental Health 202025, 50, 100m road ri8:00 AMUlster County Fair, 249 Libertyville Road, P.O. Box 71, New Paltz, NY 12561,NYMac
The Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride in New Paltz, New York. The proceeds raised will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for the education, research, and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. The Ride for Mental Health is a unique event raising awareness, helping to erase the stigma associated with mental illness and raising money for these serious disorders which affect so many of our friends, family, and colleagues. You can learn more by going to our website at www.rideformentalhealth.org, our Facebook page at The Ride for Mental Health and our Instagram @therideformentalhealth.
2020-06-13The Ride For Our Vets10-,25-,50-, 62- mil6:30 AMPoint72, Stamford, CT,Kharl Reynado
The Ride For Our Vets is the only charity bike ride in that benefits CT veterans. All funds raised go to the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center to provide free legal services to veterans recovering from homelessness and mental illness. With four different routes, fundraising support staff, and a committed community, The Ride is a wonderful way to give back to the men and women who gave so much for our country.
2020-06-13Tour de Lebanon Valley62mi, 30mi, 6mi7:30 AMLebanon Expo Center, Lebanon, PA 17042,PANicole Mauer
Welcome to the Tour de Lebanon Valley – a classic Lebanon County ride. It includes a beautiful metric century (62 miles), a rolling mid-distance and a fun filled family ride (6 miles). Each route winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, young forests and past historic sites.

The metric century and mid-distance routes cover rolling terrain with moderate elevation change. Please check out our maps for elevations profiles. There will be three rest stops on the metric century and one on the mid-distance miles ride. The family ride takes place on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.

By participating in this ride, you will support the great work of the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Community Health Council of Lebanon County. This year, our joint fundraising objective is a bicycle playground for kids currently under way in the County. These projects will bring the joy of cycling to our youth while also educating residents on proper bike etiquette and safety.
2020-10-18Tour de Summer Camps NJ7:30 AMJewish Federation of MetroWest NJ - Florham Park, NJ,NJ
Multi-distance ride 18, 36,62 miles. Hilly terrain. Fully supported ride with rest stops, SAG pre and post event food.
2020-09-27Tour de Yonkers12, 25 or 508:00 AMBeczak Environmental Education Center, 35 Alexander St, Yonkers,NYrona Shapiro
12, 25 or 50 mile routes around the City of Yonkers. More information at: https://www.yonkersbikeclub.org/
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2020-05-22
2020-05-25
Baltimore Bicycling Club's annual Kent County Spring Fling11, 21, 31, 41, 51,12:00 PMWashington College, Chestertown, MD,MDBob Carson
Baltimore Bike Club's annual Kent County Spring Fling on Memorial Day Weekend, coinciding with the Memorial Day Festival in colonial-era, historic Chestertown, MD, on the Chester River, on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake. Chestertown is 85 miles south of Philadelphia, and easy to access via major highways. Many of our guests join us from New York City, New York State.
Traditional package is 4 days (Fri-Mon), but there is also a 3-day option (Fri to Sun). All-inclusive package of suite-style dorm accommodations (for three nights - Fri, Sat, Sun), cue sheets & maps, group rides with Leaders, meals, parties, snacks, live music & dancing, yoga classes, etc. Access to all the amenities on the campus of Washington College. Short walk to downtown Chestertown, and the riverfront, where the holiday festival takes place: parades, craft fair, raft race on the river, etc. Full packet of cue sheets for a wide range if distances, from 11 to 100+ miles. GROUP DISCOUNTS available - contact Director Bob Carson. For guests who prefer not to stay in dorms, there is an off-campus option.....some guests stay at the nearby Holiday Inn Express, or, at B & B inns, or, in their RV's parked in the camp;us parking lot.
2020-05-01
2020-05-03
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's annual Spring-n2-Cycling Weekend15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMQuality Inn & Suites of Danville,PALinda
Complete package:
Two nights at the Quality Inn of Danville,
Tour packets with cue sheets & maps for a wide variety of routes,
Scenic routes for a wide range of distances, from 15 to 75+ miles
Group rides with leaders,
Friday & Saturday dinners,
Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
Sandwiches and snacks to take with you on rides,
Spring Fling outdoor festival in downtown Danville on Saturday,
Live music at the hotel on Saturday afternoon, after our rides,
Round-trip bus transportation to & from Saturday dinner,
Parties, snacks, SAG, & more.
Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website, at:
https://phillybikeclub.org, or, https://BCPWeekends.org
For any questions, please contact Linda McGrane, at:
267-251-7862, or LindaBCPEvents@yahoo.com
2020-04-25Cross Mountain Crusher558:30 AM651 Co Rd 38, Margaretville,NY
This event is designed for those who wish to challenge their physical abilities to the maximum while enjoying beautiful backcountry roads in the Catskill Mountains.

The 55-mile course features five hefty hills and 5000' feet of elevation gain, with portions of the ascent of Cross Mountain exceeding 20%. There will be feed station support, and mechanical & vehicular support as needed. Many of the gravel roads are seasonal roads, so rough climbing and descending should be expected.

The Crusher also serves as timely stepping stone event for cyclists who plan on riding the Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder in May and the Black Fly Challenge in June.
2020-05-16Quad County Metric26-67 miles7:30 AMGreen Lane Park, Green Lane,PACentury Director
Ride the SCU Quad County Metric on Saturday, May 16, 2020! Our 20th anniversary event! Start from scenic Green Lane Park in rural western Montgomery County (PA), and ride 26-67 miles in low-traffic sections of Montgomery, Bucks, Berks and Lehigh Counties. Or ride the new gravel route (distance TBD). Registration includes free lunch with vegetarian options. Rest stops have a large assortment of home-baked snacks. Join SCU and save $10 on registration! Register by April 12th and receive a discount and a free 20th-anniversary drawstring backpack. Low-cost overnight camping is available at the start location. Suburban Cyclists Unlimited (SCU) http://RideTheQuad.com/
2020-06-13Tour de Lebanon Valley62mi, 30mi, 6mi7:30 AMLebanon Expo Center, Lebanon, PA 17042,PANicole Mauer
Welcome to the Tour de Lebanon Valley – a classic Lebanon County ride. It includes a beautiful metric century (62 miles), a rolling mid-distance and a fun filled family ride (6 miles). Each route winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, young forests and past historic sites.

The metric century and mid-distance routes cover rolling terrain with moderate elevation change. Please check out our maps for elevations profiles. There will be three rest stops on the metric century and one on the mid-distance miles ride. The family ride takes place on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.

By participating in this ride, you will support the great work of the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Community Health Council of Lebanon County. This year, our joint fundraising objective is a bicycle playground for kids currently under way in the County. These projects will bring the joy of cycling to our youth while also educating residents on proper bike etiquette and safety.
2020-09-27Tour de Yonkers12, 25 or 508:00 AMBeczak Environmental Education Center, 35 Alexander St, Yonkers,NYrona Shapiro
12, 25 or 50 mile routes around the City of Yonkers. More information at: https://www.yonkersbikeclub.org/
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2020-06-07Go The Distance For Autism50,25, 10 miles7:00 AMBergen County Community College Paramus, NJ,NJ
Multi-distance (50,25,10) mile rides fully supported rest stops and SAG. Lunch and event t-shirt include.
2020-09-12
2020-09-13
Ride to Cure Diabetesup to 100 miles7:00 AMSaratoga Springs,Jill Waller
JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes is a charitable bike ride that to-date has raised over $50 million for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The Ride gives cyclists of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to support breakthroughs that transform the lives of people with T1D, until there is a cure.

JDRF Ride isn't just a bike ride: it's an experience where hundreds of riders come together from all over the world to make new friendships, enjoy the unparalleled camaraderie of the Ride community and raise money to help end T1D
Riders choose one of our fundraising packages and set their own mileage goal. Along the way, you'll receive the full support of the JDRF Ride community—including everyone from Ride coaches to the fundraising experts—who will help you reach and exceed your fundraising and training goals.

Join the JDRF Ride Community

When you register, you'll become a part of the JDRF Ride family, a community of all ages, who return year after year to inspire each other and raise money for life-changing T1D research.

In addition to enjoying the comradery, registered riders who complete their fundraising will receive a commemorative JDRF Ride jersey made by Hincapie Sportswear. Any T1D Rider can choose to receive a special T1D version of this jersey instead—and inspire us all as you cross the finish line!

Pick a premier Ride event

There are six 2020 JDRF Rides across the country. Each of the Rides, which occur July through November, offer a unique and unforgettable experience. From riding the rolling hills of upstate New York to the beautiful maritime forests of Amelia Island, JDRF has a Ride for you.

Help create a world without T1D

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a serious and stressful disease in which a person's pancreas stops producing insulin, a hormone the body needs to get energy from food. T1D strikes children and adults suddenly—and managing it is a constant balancing act. There is currently nothing you can do to prevent it, and there is no cure.

JDRF is the leading global organization funding T1D research. We want a cure and we won't stop until we make one a reality. Along the way, we will continue to support advances that make it safer and easier to live with this disease. By taking part in JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes, you'll help us get there faster.
2020-06-27
2020-06-28
The Ride for Mental Health 202025, 50, 100m road ri8:00 AMUlster County Fair, 249 Libertyville Road, P.O. Box 71, New Paltz, NY 12561,NYMac
The Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride in New Paltz, New York. The proceeds raised will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for the education, research, and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. The Ride for Mental Health is a unique event raising awareness, helping to erase the stigma associated with mental illness and raising money for these serious disorders which affect so many of our friends, family, and colleagues. You can learn more by going to our website at www.rideformentalhealth.org, our Facebook page at The Ride for Mental Health and our Instagram @therideformentalhealth.
2020-06-13The Ride For Our Vets10-,25-,50-, 62- mil6:30 AMPoint72, Stamford, CT,Kharl Reynado
The Ride For Our Vets is the only charity bike ride in that benefits CT veterans. All funds raised go to the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center to provide free legal services to veterans recovering from homelessness and mental illness. With four different routes, fundraising support staff, and a committed community, The Ride is a wonderful way to give back to the men and women who gave so much for our country.
2020-10-18Tour de Summer Camps NJ7:30 AMJewish Federation of MetroWest NJ - Florham Park, NJ,NJ
Multi-distance ride 18, 36,62 miles. Hilly terrain. Fully supported ride with rest stops, SAG pre and post event food.
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