Join US in Cumberland, Maryland at Canal Place for the 2018 Ride Event!
When: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Where: Canal Place and Great Allegheny Passage
Time: Registration begins at 9:00am, the event ends at 3:00pm
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Unite with your community, friends, and family to support those in need while enjoying a fun, exciting day at the
Reconnect with nature in the forested ridges of Cumberland, Maryland where you can expect to see more bikes than cars!
This adventure is for all ages and abilities. From recreational to expert riders, there is something for everyone.
Each cyclist who donates or raises $100.00 or more will receive an event t-shirt!
Join us for the “after-party” with live entertainment and activities for kids!
There are three different route options along with a NEW Road Route!
- 16-mile option for the Beginner Cyclist
- 32 miles for the Intermediate Cyclist
- 44 miles for the Advanced Cyclist
- NEW THIS YEAR! 38-mile Road Route
Visit https://ridewithgps.com/routes/5744992 to learn more about this route option!
Note: The 16 mile options requires a Ride on the Western Maryland Railroad train to Frostburg, riders will bike back down to Cumberland. There is a cost to add to your registration page if this option is selected.
Registration fee for each participant is $25. There is a $5 fee for upright bicycles and $10 fee recumbent or tandem bikes.
Train Fees for the 1st 25 registrants:
– Children 12 years of age and under: $15 per person
– Adults/Youth 13 years of age and over: $30 per person
Prices day of the event:
– Children 12 years of age and under: $30 per person
– Adults/Youth 13 years of age and over: $46 per person
Interested in sponsoring this event? View the sponsorship opportunities offered for this event –
Ride Sponsor benefits 2018_FY19.
Questions? Contact Pattie Dash, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410.494.8545
for more information.
Pictured: (L) NKFMDDE Board Member, Mark Salvo and
NKFMDDE Board Chair, Paul Grill.