I ride for all cancer patients, survivors & those that lost their battle. I ride as a cancer survivor and in memory of my brother, Andy.
What To Know Before Riding With Us
Rain is in the forecast.
But we won’t let it dampen the last weekend of the Summer of the Ride!
Here are some helpful tips to ensure that you’re prepared for a rainy ride:
General Preventative Actions
Staff, volunteers and riders are urged to take everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of germs and illness. This includes:
Keep a safe distance
At every opportunity, maintain a 6-foot distance from those not in your group.
You can review your route, check out rest rooms and water stops before your Ride Day and follow along in real time by using Ride with GPS.
Upon arriving at your in-person ride location, parking your car and gathering your ride gear, we ask that everyone wear a mask. If you forget a mask, we will have masks available at check-in. Masks should be worn at all times.
At check-in you will be asked to complete a self-screening, which includes a list of questions and symptoms to confirm you are cleared to ride. The screening will include hand sanitizer and a mask if you forgot yours! Self-screening questions will include:
In the last 14 days, have you had a new onset of any of the following symptoms:
In the last 14 days have you:
If you answer yes to any of the above, you unfortunately will not be able to participate in Ride Day to ensure the safety of our riders, volunteers and staff.
While these in-person rides will give you a little bit of that much-loved Ride Day experience, including a selfie station, to-go food from Tops Markets and music, there are a few things you should know:
The Ride Team is here to help. If you have any concerns or questions, reach out at any time. We will be with you every step of your Ride Day, ensuring that teams get out, cleaning surfaces, directing routes and more.
See you on your Ride Day!
I ride in honor of my mom – Cindy, sister-Sue, aunts-Marcia, Maryann, Santa, cousins-Shane & Kenn, & friends Marta, Bridget, Lucy, Emmett
I ride in memory of my grandmother – Merethea, my sister-in-law – Concetta, my aunt – Molly Devlin, and my uncle – Jerome.
I ride for my son who is a brain cancer survivor! SimonStrong
I am riding in memory of the strongest man I know, My Dad Marv who lost his battle to cancer in January.
I ride for my Mom, she is a 10 year cancer Survivor because of Roswell!
This year I ride in memory of my father in law Marv who lost his battle to Pancreatic Cancer.
For my Uncle Dave – who never got the chance to win the fight.
I ride in memory of Dominick Agnello, Paul Elmore and Michael Elmore. I also honor Scott Powell, Tommy Garner and Jackie Zastrow!