Frequently Asked Questions
100% of your donation dollars go to funding cancer research.
Yes, there will be snacks and water stops available on route. Please refer to the ride map for details on where the rest stop locations are.
Definitely. Check out our Sponsorship Package to see some of the options we have available and the benefits that come with each level of sponsorship. Benefits include your logo being added to our sponsors section of the website, advertising on social media or even your logo added to the event jerseys for the riders.
There are many ways that you can be involved over and above participating as a rider. Everyone is welcome! The contributions of a dedicated group of volunteers and the generosity of donors, sponsors and attendees will make this charity bike event a huge success in raising funds for this cancer initiative.
If you are interested in getting involved in any way, please email us at RevolutionsForResearch@gmail.com for more information.
Yes. This is a fun event open to everyone 16 years of age and older.
There will be support vehicles patrolling the route and able to transport bikes and riders to a rest stop where there will be bike mechanics from local bike shops volunteering.
Yes, but if you choose to do a longer route make sure you start your ride at the appropriate time.
The route map will be clearly outlined for all riders. Riders will receive an email copy of the route prior to the day of the event. The route will be posted at the registration table and there will be a printed map for each rider to take with them.
Prior to the ride, weather conditions will be considered.
- Snow on the road – the ride will be cancelled.
- Heavy Rain – the ride will be cancelled (At the discretion of the Cure Cancer Foundation Event Coordinator)
- All riders have the option to opt out if they deem the weather to be unsuitable for their skill level.
- If weather changes during the ride, coordination with the refreshment stations and sweeper trucks will direct riders to turn around sooner.
- If weather becomes too severe mid-ride, sweeper trucks and volunteers will head out in trucks to retrieve riders and their bikes.
Definitely not, it’s a fun ride to get out and enjoy some beautiful scenery in the foothills while raising money for a great cause.
No. This year is much flatter. See the route elevation comparison below.