2018 Bike Ride for Amy

Bike Ride for Amy 11th Annual Bike Ride for Amy June 3, 2018

Save Lives – One Pedal at a Time

The Bike Ride for Amy is a refreshing and spirited bike ride – not a race– to raise support for the early detection of breast cancer for uninsured and underinsured individuals throughout central New Jersey who cannot afford procedures to detect this disease early, when it’s most treatable. Register today and get involved — bring a friend – develop a team … and know that your participation can help us fight – to win – the battle against the devastating effects of breast cancer.

The Bike Ride for Amy offers four separate routes (note: routes may change due to road conditions):

  • 50-mile route — a challenging and scenic ride (significant 2018 route changes );
  • 35-mile route — a less challenging but hilly ride;
  • 25-mile route — a comfortable, flat ride;
  • 15-mile route — a short, flat ride (great for beginners!)

Staggered Start Times (check-in begins one hour before start times)

  • 7:30 a.m. – 50-mile ride
  • 9:00 a.m. — 35-mile ride
  • 10:00 a.m. – 15- & 25-mile ride

REGISTRATION FEE is only $35 for all routes!

Registration Fee includes:

  • A Bike Ride for Amy T-shirt
  • Pre-ride Breakfast
  • A Tasty Barbeque Lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.)

Participants who want a Bike Ride for Amy riding jersey will be able purchase one separately this year. Watch for an email that will be sent out with order information. Contact The Amy Foundation at info@themyfoundation.org with questions.

Online registration is quick and easy. Just click the “Register” button and you will be prompted to securely fill in a short form with your personal information.

To make a donation, simply hit the “Donate” button below. Important! Because the Bike Ride for Amy is an important fundraising event that helps provide crucial support for the early detection of breast cancer, we strongly encourage all registrants to set up a Fundraising Page with registration. It’s easy — simply check the box at the end of your registration page to set up your fundraising page. Fundraising from your personal registration page is secure and easy.

By raising a minimum of $170 you help us to provide vital life-saving procedures for individuals unable to afford them. You can send emails to your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers and ask them to support your efforts to help win the battle against breast cancer. Just hit the Email box in the middle of your page and you’re ready to send to your contacts!

Contact Information
  1. Rose Cofone
  2. info@themyfoundation.org
Sun, June 03
7:30 am — 2:00 pm
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Bike Ride for Amy 11th Annual Bike Ride for Amy June 3, 2018

Save Lives – One Pedal at a Time

The Bike Ride for Amy is a refreshing and spirited bike ride – not a race– to raise support for the early detection of breast cancer for uninsured and underinsured individuals throughout central New Jersey who cannot afford procedures to detect this disease early, when it’s ...

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