Training - Most likely you’re not used to riding such a distance in one day, then waking up the next morning and doing it all over again. So we’ll help you get ready to do just that! We organize Training Rides and provide Orientation sessions where you’ll learn more about bike basics in case you’ve never changed a bike tire or want to know the difference between a road and a mountain bike. Once you sign up, you’ll also receive a Manual to learn about proper nutrition and track your training progress. And last but not least, you can always call the Ride Guides at .
Fundraising - Whether this is your first time fundraising or you’re a seasoned pro, we’ll help you reach and exceed your goals. From an informative Manual to your own fundraising webpage to personal advice, we’ll be there for you the whole way.
Don’t know a load of philanthropists? Not an athlete? Visit the Training section of our website to learn more.
Safety first - Your safety is our #1 priority. Every detail of the event is studied and executed with the greatest of care—we don’t take chances when it comes to your safety. To ensure that safety is at the forefront of your mind, as well as ours, all participants attend a mandatory safety video presentation that is informative, inspiring and thorough.
Medical care - You’ll never be too far from medical attention at any point along the route, should you need it. We have an incredible team of Volunteer doctors and other medical professionals at Camp and Pit Stops along the route. No matter what, you’re always cared for throughout the event.
Pit Stops Along the Way - Out on the road, regular Pit Stops line the route every 15-20 miles, stocked with water, sports drinks, high-energy snacks, and other helpful supplies to keep you going as you ride to conquer cancer. We also provide toilet facilities at Pit Stops and other key locations along the route.
Gear transport - We'll transport your luggage to Camp, leaving you free to focus on your journey. Just drop off your gear at the specially marked trucks on Saturday morning and pick it back up at Camp that night. It’s that simple!
Camp life - After a long day’s adventure, you’ll settle into your comfortable, Ride-provided tent. But before you hit the hay, you can enjoy all the amenities available in your new home away from home, including hot showers, catered dinner, and an evening of entertainment. You'll also have free access to medical attention and massage services.