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By Laura Kelly on 2/27/18
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DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2021-08-2945th Annual Brandywine Tour18, 35, 50, 67, 1007:00 AMPatton Middle School, 760 Unionville Rd., Kennett Square,PANancy Moyer
Delaware Valley Bicycle Club invites you to enjoy this fully supported tour of a magnificent rural landscape, just 40 miles south of Philadelphia! Choice of 5 routes on all-paved roads through lush thoroughbred horse farm country. Longer routes venture into pristine horse and buggy areas of eastern Lancaster County. Rolling to hilly terrain. Four well-stocked rest stops plus an After-Party at the finish that includes pizza, hoagies; gluten-free and vegan options on request. Celebrate with music by our professional DJ!! Proceeds after Club/Tour expenses go to a variety of cycling advocacy organizations.

Why not make a weekend of it??? Be sure to check out our listing of accommodations, activities, and dining recommendations in the area
2021-09-18CycleAbility Challenge to benefit Special Olympics70Kent CT,CTTeresa Gilli
The CycleAbility Challenge will be a one day supported ride starting in Kent CT and pedaling to Copake NY for a lunch stop. We then return back to Kent for a post ride gathering and congratulations.
This ride has been in existence for over 25 years and was previously known as the Tour de Wagner; the Dannon Tour de Wagner; the Bresnan Bike Tour; and finally we decided to create a ride name we wouldn't have to change..

This is a 70+ mile ride through the beautiful hills of CT and NY along rural roads and even a bit of the Harlem Valley Bicycle Trail. We do have support vehicles along the ride with us and help keep you hydrated, fed and rolling.
We ride to support the programs and services of Special Olympics New York and are looking for your participation.
More information and a signup are available at http://events.nyso.org/2021CycleAbility
This is a fund raising charity ride and we have incentives (shirts, jerseys, some give aways) to help inspire you.
Come ride with us.
2021-11-06Gravel Gobbler38, 2411:00 AMS & S Brewery,Chet Lasell
The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York proudly provides nutritious food year-round to food pantries and other charitable agencies to feed hungry people in 23 counties in northeastern New York. The annual Gravel Gobbler has generated $11,000 for the food bank since the event's inception in 2018.

https://www.bikereg.com/49750

2021-06-19
2021-06-20
The Ride for Mental Health14, 25, 50 & 100mile9:00 AMUlster County Fair Grounds, 249 Libertyville Rd, New Paltz, NY 12561,NYMac
The Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride in New Paltz, NY. We will have our Virtual Rider option in case you are unable to join us in person, you can ride in your local community and join our Strava Group so we can see where you’ve been riding and keep track of your mileage and elevation. 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. Registration is $150 per rider but we have a discounted fee at $75 through May 1st!

We are planning to gather in New Paltz as a group we hope you’ll join us. This event will comply with COVID-19 best practices in order to best protect the safety of our riders and volunteers.
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2021-08-2945th Annual Brandywine Tour18, 35, 50, 67, 1007:00 AMPatton Middle School, 760 Unionville Rd., Kennett Square,PANancy Moyer
Delaware Valley Bicycle Club invites you to enjoy this fully supported tour of a magnificent rural landscape, just 40 miles south of Philadelphia! Choice of 5 routes on all-paved roads through lush thoroughbred horse farm country. Longer routes venture into pristine horse and buggy areas of eastern Lancaster County. Rolling to hilly terrain. Four well-stocked rest stops plus an After-Party at the finish that includes pizza, hoagies; gluten-free and vegan options on request. Celebrate with music by our professional DJ!! Proceeds after Club/Tour expenses go to a variety of cycling advocacy organizations.

Why not make a weekend of it??? Be sure to check out our listing of accommodations, activities, and dining recommendations in the area
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2021-09-18CycleAbility Challenge to benefit Special Olympics70Kent CT,CTTeresa Gilli
The CycleAbility Challenge will be a one day supported ride starting in Kent CT and pedaling to Copake NY for a lunch stop. We then return back to Kent for a post ride gathering and congratulations.
This ride has been in existence for over 25 years and was previously known as the Tour de Wagner; the Dannon Tour de Wagner; the Bresnan Bike Tour; and finally we decided to create a ride name we wouldn't have to change..

This is a 70+ mile ride through the beautiful hills of CT and NY along rural roads and even a bit of the Harlem Valley Bicycle Trail. We do have support vehicles along the ride with us and help keep you hydrated, fed and rolling.
We ride to support the programs and services of Special Olympics New York and are looking for your participation.
More information and a signup are available at http://events.nyso.org/2021CycleAbility
This is a fund raising charity ride and we have incentives (shirts, jerseys, some give aways) to help inspire you.
Come ride with us.
2021-11-06Gravel Gobbler38, 2411:00 AMS & S Brewery,Chet Lasell
The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York proudly provides nutritious food year-round to food pantries and other charitable agencies to feed hungry people in 23 counties in northeastern New York. The annual Gravel Gobbler has generated $11,000 for the food bank since the event's inception in 2018.

https://www.bikereg.com/49750

2021-06-19
2021-06-20
The Ride for Mental Health14, 25, 50 & 100mile9:00 AMUlster County Fair Grounds, 249 Libertyville Rd, New Paltz, NY 12561,NYMac
The Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride in New Paltz, NY. We will have our Virtual Rider option in case you are unable to join us in person, you can ride in your local community and join our Strava Group so we can see where you’ve been riding and keep track of your mileage and elevation. 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. Registration is $150 per rider but we have a discounted fee at $75 through May 1st!

We are planning to gather in New Paltz as a group we hope you’ll join us. This event will comply with COVID-19 best practices in order to best protect the safety of our riders and volunteers.
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