In response to the on-going COVID-19 crisis, Tour de Guelph 2021 will not be held in its usual single-day event format.
Once again, we’re welcoming new and past riders to register, fundraise, and complete one of our Tour de Guelph routes, or any route of your own preference. Enjoy your ride any day starting Friday, June 4th and by Sunday, June 27th and in compliance with the current safety recommendation on the day of your ride.
We may not yet be able to come together physically, but we can continue to come together in spirit and cause to support our community.
The option of 3 rides in support of PolioPlus.
1. The Jack's Mt. 50 for moderate to advanced road bike riders.
2. An easy 22 mile ride with only 550' of gradual climbing.
3. A family friendly self-guided ride on the beautiful Buffalo Valley Rail Trail.
All 3 Rides leave from the park at 9 am. These are fun rides and not races. All riders are requested to make their checks out to The Rotary Foundation with PolioPlus on the memo line and asked to be $25 or more. Each rider must sign the release at the bottom of the registration/donation form which can be downloaded from the Facebook link.
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Registration forms can be downloaded from the Facebook link.
The Rotary Clubs of Fleming Island and Green Cove Springs are bringing you a charity bicycle event designed for both road cyclists and leisure riders.
The fundraiser will benefit The Way Clinic, Clay High School College Scholarships, and other charities.
The Family Fun Ride ( 2.3 miles) starts at 9:00 am (immediately following the Kid’s Bike Rodeo).
$10/adult and free for children. Please preregister online!
Riders will turn right out of the Hibernia Baptist Church parking lot onto the Black Creek Trail and will proceed to the trailhead where they will turn around and return to the Church.
Water and Gatorade will be provided at the start and finish. ALL riders must wear helmets. Free helmets with fitting for children without their own helmet.
The Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida hosts the Bike Rodeo during this Rotary Fundraising Event. Activities include teaching and promoting bike safety to children. The children will rotate from station to station learning proper helmet fitting, rider safety and cycling education, and ABC bike checks. Following this, they will celebrate what they learned on the fun bike obstacle course.
Children are expected to bring their own bikes and helmets ( if not available they will be provided) to participate in the fun bike safety obstacle course. For ages 4 and up.
It’s free but please preregister online.
Enjoy a scenic and shaded bike ride which starts by riding through Green Cove Springs and winds through the Bayard Conservation.
Take your pick of two routes: 25 miles or Metric 100 (62 miles). Both starts at 7:30 am
We’ll provide rest stops stocked with food, water and Gatorade, marked routes, maps, mechanical support, SAGs, Clay County Sheriff motorcycle safety escorts, and a post-ride lunch.
This is a CAAM Event!
Celebrate a decade of excellence. Ride the IFF 2021!
REGISTRATION OPENS ON FEBRUARY 1st!
Not only is the Iron Furnace Fifty a fun ride for the whole family, but all proceeds benefit Furnace Town Historic Site and the Snow Hill Rotary Club! It's a great way to get out in nature, breathe lots of fresh air, and have fun while supporting two local nonprofit organizations!
Ride Hidden, Unridden & Forbidden. See San Diego like you’ve never seen it before and the Bragging Rights that go with it!
Join us November 13, 2021 on an epic ride to support pancreatic cancer research in memory of Jim, Kiki, and in honor of all who suffer from this terrible disease.
Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d28w3aoJv6M
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