We are huge supporters of cycling for any reason- especially when that reason is to support a great cause! Here are some rides coming up that will help keep your momentum going (or even help you rack up miles for MCBC) while helping to support some meaningful causes!
North Shore Tour de Cure
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Sunday, May 19, 2019, Topsfield, MA
The North Shore Tour de Cure is affiliated with the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure: a series of fundraising cycling events held nationwide. The Tour is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for everyone from the occasional rider to the experienced cyclist. Learn more about the North Shore Tour de Cure and how you can participate! North Shore TMA will be tabling at the Health & Wellness expo from 11:30am-3:30pm.
Bikes not Bombs Bike-a-thon
June 9th, 2019 (rain date June 23rd) Jamaica Plain
The annual Bike-A-Thon is our largest community gathering and fundraiser of the year, with over 700 riders and volunteers! Bike-A-Thon participants like you are ambassadors of BNB’s mission to promote environmental sustainability and social justice, and all fundraising goes directly to making Bikes Not Bombs’ programs possible!
15th Annual Reid’s Ride
July 21, 2019 Lynnfield, MA
Reid’s Ride raises funds to initiate and support clinical research, specialized programs & clinics, and professional education–all in an effort to improve the lives and outlook for Adolescents & Young Adults diagnosed with cancer. Our Vision is to see that day when AYA cancers are routinely curable, or completely preventable. Reid’s Ride is held each year, on the 3rd Sunday in July. Essex County Community Foundation provides the qualified and professional financial and legal services to Reid’s Ride and its fundraising activities and grant-giving.
2019 Cycle for Shelter to benefit Emmaus
Sunday, July 28, 2019 Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill
Please join us for Emmaus’ 31st Annual Cycle for Shelter!
Our 31st Cycle for Shelter will feature 4 Routes, 8 rest stops, an amazing cookout at the finish line and FUN! But most importantly, Cycle for Shelter raises critical funds to support Emmaus, a non-profit community development housing organization that provides emergency shelter and affordable housing and support services to homeless and formerly homeless adults, families and children. Since 1985 we have served more than 30,000 men, women and children. Last year alone we helped 2,478 people—and of those 1,238 were children.