The Howell Rotary Club is offering a fully-supported bicycle tour through scenic Livingston County during peak autumn colors. Enjoy a beautiful fall color ride beginning and ending at the Mt. Brighton Ski Area, located at 4141 Bauer Road, Brighton, Michigan. We’ll have breakfast ready for you to fuel-up before you hit the road for the route of your choice. A well-balanced meal will be ready when you return to Mt. Brighton. Additional snacks and hospitality will also be on hand on the various routes.
Choose a 5, 10, 29, 38, 62 or 100 mile route – or bring the family for the Family Fun Loop. All distances are approximate. Routes will be well marked with large route markers on pavement
This fully supported ride includes hospitality tents, a full breakfast, snacks and, when your ride is over, a hearty meal prepared by the chef at Mt. Brighton . Our event has grown each year and now includes more than 750 riders participating. All proceeds from this event benefit the Livingston County United Way basic need programs addressing hunger, homelessness, children, and unemployment issues. Since its start in 2008, the Tour de Livingston has raised about $180,000 to address the community’s most critical needs!
For more information, visit www.jamestownclassic.org/
Welcome to the website of the Jamestown Classic, the largest bicycle Road Race in Rhode Island. On Columbus Day, Monday, October 9, 2017 we will celebrate the 41st edition of this fun event. The race is the main fundraising event for the Jamestown Rotary Club. Proceeds from the race are used to support local, national and international causes. In recent years, these funds have been used to purchase wheelchairs for underprivileged individuals in Nicaragua, create a women's literacy project in Ghana, purchase new music chairs for the Jamestown Middle School, support the local Boy Scouts, contribute toward research for a cure to ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) and assist in the maintenance of a clean water project in Cambodia, among other noteworthy items. Quite simply, these projects would not be possible without your support and participation in the Jamestown Classic Bicycle Race.
The public is invited to the free after-ride healthy lifestyle expo, 9 am until 2 pm. There will be local vendors, games, raffles.
Traveling from out of town, contact us for more info on our Stay & Play package.
Proceeds from the event benefit pancreatic cancer research at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center. For information visit www.RideThePoint.org and follow us onFacebook/RideThePoint.
Welcome to the 2017 Rotary District 5500 Ride to End Polio, dedicated to Rotarian Mike Harris who founded the ride in 2009. Our 2016 ride raised $11.3 million including the generous match from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since its inception the ride has generated $36 million for Rotary’s efforts to End Polio Now, enough money to buy tens of millions of vaccinations, protecting countless children worldwide from this terrible disease.
The 2017 ride will be held in Tucson on Saturday November 18. Can’t make it to Tucson? Don’t let that stop you. As the photo shows, you don’t have to come to Tucson to ride, but can ride a stationary bike in your home or gym. Just follow the link to the Indoor Ride.
There are many ways to participate:
If you’d like to keep informed, we’ll include you on our list for our monthly newsletter. Simply send an email to Rotariangary@comcast.net with “newsletter” in the subject line. Follow this link for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
We hope to see you in November.
The Tour de Thailand - Rides 4 Rotary are a series of (5) rides that cover the (5) regions of Thailand. Each ride is an epic adventure that is fully supported by a professional bicycle tour company and limited to 50 participants each. The rides average 800 km (500 Miles) over 8 days of cycling with a day off in the middle, a opening day, and a closing day (so a 10 nights/11 days cycling holiday). Riders will need to register and pay for each tour they want to join and then raise funds for End Polio Now and other Rotary Projects through their local Rotary Club and share with the hosting club: Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin (Thailand).
Rotary Fellowship Cycling to ServeUSA/CANADAinfo@cycling2serve.usCycling2serve.usFacebookStrava