3 Days, 3 States, 300 Miles- Bike Across ‘Bama

 

Date: April 21-23, 2017 From West Alabama to East Alabama- Registration begins December 15th, 2016.

Do you love Cycling?
Are you concerned for families living in poverty housing in Alabama?
Do you want to make a difference for Alabama families?

Then come cycle with a purpose!

What is Cycle of Service? It is an intense, fun 3 day bike ride across the state to raise awareness about poverty housing in Alabama. The funds gained from cyclists’ sponsorships provide home repair assistance to families in Lee, Macon, and Sumter counties. It is also helping renovate a historic church in Tuskegee being converted into a community outreach center. If you are not able to participate in the cross state trip, you can log miles through a spin class or in your neighborhood.

What does it cost me? A $65 registration covers your meals, basic nutrition during the ride, and lodging. We also throw in some ARM items to include a t-shirt and water bottle. Participating in the spin class or neighborhood ride costs $25 and includes a Cycle of Service t-shirt and other ARM cycling items.

Sponsorships? We have an easy, painless (you’ll get that while riding) way to get sponsors. You can register through Active.com and have a fundraising platform. You can also use Facebook to keep your contacts updated. Upon registering you’ll receive more detailed information our you can review all of it in the registration information page. We are asking each rider cycling all three days to set a a $1200 fundraising goal or $400/day.

Sign me up! You can click here to register online today through Active.com. You’ll receive more instructions to help you prepare once registered. Registration opens December 15, 2016.

To Contact us: lisa@arm-al.org  (334) 501-4276

Also check out the Facebook page for Cycle of Service  www.facebook.com/Bikebama

As part of the ride, there will be a work day in Tuskegee. The Cycle of Service (COS) Work Day in Tuskegee is April 22 8:00-4:00. See the ARM FB page for event details.

 

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