Memorial Ride Information

2014 REGISTRATION
is now LIVE

The THIRD annual Christina Clarke Genco Foundation Mother’s Day Memorial Ride on Sunday, May 11, 2014 is now open for registration.


2014 MEMORIAL RIDE

Sunday May 11, 2014 – Mother’s Day

All routes begin at Newton City Hall – Newton, MA

8:00 am – 68 mile route

9:00 am – 34 mile route

10:00 am – 17 mile route

10:30 am – 3.4 mile ride for families… with PRIZES for best costume and best decorated bike!

Register today on BikeReg.com!

Stay tuned for possible local registration options…


Event Details

Join us for a day of fun, filled with food, music, prizes, and the joy of giving back to the community. Funds raised will support bike safety and affordable housing projects in partnership with Bike & Build and Habitat for Humanity.

This day is designed for families and elite cyclists, with bike routes including 3.4, 17, 34, and 68 miles. The distances of the routes reflect the number 34 in honor of Christina’s lacrosse jersey number.  A safe biking clinic will also be provided.

Come with friends and family, or make new friends!

If you’re interested in volunteering at the event, please visit our Volunteer Hub site to sign up!


Accommodations

Planning on coming into town for the ride? Stay close by at the Hotel Indigo Boston-Newton! Let them know you’re with the Christina Clarke Genco Foundation and stay for $149/night.

Book online here or call 866-246-3446


 

Event Sponsors

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