Join us for the 2021 Ride for Roswell

What you need to know

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7

TWO WAYS TO RIDE

FAMILY FRIENDLY

Get ready for another impactful year of riding together to end cancer during #RFR21. This year, there are two ways to participate in the Ride for Roswell. Choose the option that works best for you and your family, then rally together and make a difference.

Ride with us

We’re ready to get back to riding together as safely as we can. We are offering four locations to ride around Western New York on Saturday, August 7. Each offers its own unique experience while still capturing the spirit of the Ride.

Location Spotlight

University at Buffalo

The location that started it all. Continue the tradition of riding to end cancer at the University at Buffalo’s North Campus. It’s one of the best options for families!  

Available distances: 3, 10, 20 and 30 mile route options

Start times: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. with waves going out every 20 minutes

Grand Island

Ride along a paved bike path while taking in views of the Niagara River. The perfect location for a family outing. 

Available distances: 10, 20 and 26 mile route options

Start times: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. with waves going out every 20 minutes

Other locations: Buffalo Outer Harbor, Buffalo RosRoll at the Outer Harbor and Niagara County Community College

Ride your own way!

Looking to create the perfect Ride experience for you and your team? Sign up to ride your own way! This puts you in complete control – select your date, location and distance and ride to end cancer. It’s a great option if you’re looking to ride more than one day or want to experience different locations throughout the summer.

If you’re looking for some help, check out our suggested routes or download our guide on how to create your own route.

No matter how you choose to ride this summer, you’ll be helping to make an impact in the lives of cancer patients.

Connect with us!

Contact.

Office address.

Elm and Carlton Streets
Buffalo, NY 14263

Phone number.

716-THE-RIDE
(716-843-7433)

Proceeds directly benefit: