How far can you go to help us defeat cancer? Are you looking for another century ride to add to your 2018 line-up of 100-milers? Or does a 30-mile ride through the rolling hills of North Carolina sound more appealing? Or better yet… a 1-mile family ride, where every member of your tribe―regardless of helmet and shoe size―can participate?
The V Foundation has created a new cycling event for 2018, with a ride distance for every level and a mission to stop cancer: meet the Victory Ride. You’ll choose from one of four lengths: 100 miles, 60 miles, 30 miles, a 1-mile family ride, or opt to fundraise by participating in the virtual ride. Regardless of the route you choose, we’re all raising money for the critical work of our mission partners, and working toward one common goal: victory over cancer.
All of the routes will begin and end at NC State University’s Centennial Campus, in honor of the V Foundation co-founder Jim Valvano. The century, 60-mile and 30-mile routes will begin in Raleigh and wind through the beautiful hills of North Carolina. The 1-mile family ride will be on a closed route, so that you can include even the youngest members of your family. We invite all riders to join us at the end for entertainment, festivities and to celebrate all our accomplishments together.
If you live out-of-state, prefer to clock your miles on a spin bike instead of the open road or are unable to join us on ride day, May 19, you can still participate in a big way and fundraise as a virtual rider.
Sign up today for only $55! Then go the extra mile and ask your friends, family and coworkers to join you. It’s a chance to work together and claim victory over cancer.