Change the future at the Ride for Roswell.

Make a difference this summer!

Saturday, June 25

Two ways to ride.

Family friendly!

Cancer doesn’t care. It doesn’t care about gender, age or socioeconomic status. It doesn’t care if you have a family or goals to accomplish. It just takes. 

But at the Ride for Roswell, we care. We care to live in a world without cancer. That’s why we jump on our bikes every year and raise funds for cancer research and patient-care programs at Roswell Park. 

Group of bicyclists
Team at Ride for Roswell wave
Woman waves flag at Celebration of Hope in group

So, let’s make this summer impactful!

Register for the Ride for Roswell and help end cancer.

There are two ways to ride: with us at UB on June 25 or on your own anytime this summer. Even though there’s no registration fee or fundraising minimum, the funds you raise will support the cutting-edge cancer research and patient-care programs offered at Roswell Park.

Ride with us.

The best part about the Ride is coming together on a summer day to ride and save lives. This year, we are excited to be back at the University at Buffalo and that means more opportunity to celebrate and remember why we Ride.

With eight routes ranging from 3 to 100 miles, there’s an option for every age and skill level. Join as an individual or rally your family, friends or coworkers to make a difference with you this summer.

Team Madonia team member poses for photo
Man riding bicycle

Ride Your Own Way!

If you can’t join us on Ride Day at the University at Buffalo, you can still participate and help end cancer by registering to Ride Your Own Way! This allows you to still participate in the Ride any way you want! You can create your own route or use one of the ones we provide. Ride Your Own Way riders are still eligible to earn all fundraising rewards!  

No matter how you Ride, you’re advancing cancer research and providing a better quality of life to cancer patients everywhere!

Connect with us!


Office address.

Elm and Carlton Streets
Buffalo, NY 14263

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