Cyclists will come together to ride in honor, celebration and in memory of those who have dealt with cancer in their lives and bodies. All proceeds will go to the mission of Spokes of Hope: to improve the lives of those who have faced, are facing and will face a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.
An event that is meant to celebrate lives who have been challenged by cancer and honor the lives that ran out of time waiting for a cure.
Saturday, August 18th, 2018
We have a RAIN DATE: Sunday, August 19th
At 9am cancer veterans on bikes, will ride forward to take the lead and join the top fundraisers in the parade-like procession with a Police Escort out of town.
Riders will have the option of riding one of five distances this year. 18 miles, 31, 62, 75 mile Fred Evans memorial loop or 100 miles.
The routes are mostly flat to gently rolling farm terrain.
Snack stops are generously provided and stocked with Fruit Smoothies and bacon to name a few of the unique offerings of the event.
Routes are well marked and Cue sheet maps are provided along with rolling sag support.
We even offer a special "Coat Check" option at the snack stops. If you are cold at the start and get over warm by the first snack stop, you can check your stuff and it will be transported to the finish line for you.
When a patient finishes treatment, they ring a bell announcing completion to the world. We provide you with a bell to ring at the finish. Ring out in Honor, Ring out in Celebration, Ring out in memory.
Come ride the miles, watch the smiles and change some lives!