Autumn will soon be in the air… Come join us for
Northeast Community Cycle’s First Annual Charity Bike Ride.
Net proceeds go to provide needy children and adults with
FREE recycled bicycles and new helmets in
the Fairfield County Community.
Please Help US Help Others!
Northeast Community Cycles is an official non profit 501(c)3 charity. Our mission is to promote bicycling as a safe, fun, healthy form of exercise and an alternative means of transportation for both child and adults. Volunteers donate their time and energy to collect, repair and distribute these bicycles to local charity organizations.
The ride will start at Sherwood Island State Park in Westport, CT. There are 3 routes, a milder 20 mile, and a more challenging 75K (47 miles) and a 100K (62 miles) traveling through beautiful Fairfield County. Routes will be marked and maps will be provided at registration. Snacks and water will be provided on the route and you will be able to purchase lunch in the park after the ride. The route is patrolled by assistance vehicles and ride marshals.
This is a rain or shine event. Sorry no refunds or transfers of registrations.
Rider sign in is between 7AM and 9AM for all routes.
All those who register will receive a FREE Bike4Bikes T shirt.
Rider registration is currently online.
The cost is $49.00 for adults.
The cost is $35.00 for children under 18 years of age registration. We strongly recommend that children under 16 years are accompanied on the ride by an adult. Registrations for children will include the completion of a Parental/Guardian Liability Waiver.
We will NOT send you a printed confirmation in the mail. You should see a confirmation page and receive an E-mail once you complete your registration. On the day of the event, you will merely need to give your name at the registration table.
We will allow a limited number of walk up registrations on day of the event.
WEARING OF HELMETS ARE MANDATORY
Helmets should be ANSI, SNELL or CSPC approved, and must be brought to the registration desk. Cycling safety and strict adherence to all cycling rules of the road are imperative. Riding two, three and four abreast is a violation of traffic laws and safe riding practices. Not only does this put you at risk but events like this will not be allowed by the towns if it continues. Ride safely… Be considerate…
Two abreast is allowed, if traffic permits