WARREN, NJ - Century for a Cure will ride again on Sunday, Sept. 22  Warren’s Camp Riverbend has hosted and supported Century for the Cure for all 15 years of their epic ride. Scott Glickman, a former Camp Riverbend parent, started the charity bike ride after surviving a Stage-4 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma diagnosis with the help of the team at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey.


Click here to support Century for the Cure or join the 140+ riders who will embark from Camp Riverbend this Sunday morning.

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Century for the Cure was founded with one mission in mind – to raise money for life-saving cancer research at The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.


Every year, hundreds of people, with all different levels of cycling experience, come together for an amazing day of cycling. The Ride is fully supported by wonderful volunteers, rest stops with great food, SAG vans, mechanics, and a post-ride BBQ celebration.


 Choose one of 4 beautiful routes - the 100 mile, 62 mile, 40 mile, or 25 mile - as we ride through some of the most scenic back roads of Somerset, Morris, and Hunterdon Counties. 


And best of all, 100% of all money raised by our passionate riders goes directly to fund life-saving cancer research!