The Ride

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The all new charitable bike ride will be held on June 15th, 2019 beginning at Yankee Candle Manufacturing in Whatley, Mass.

Join us in Western Mass for a ride that supports Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through the iconic Pan-Mass Challenge! The 30 and 62 mile loops will take you through the beautiful Pioneer Valley and along the Connecticut River and with a mixture of long straightaways along green farm land and some nice climbs and fun downhills as well as fun post ride activities, will make this a can’t miss bike ride!

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Registration Fee: $35 through April 1st 2019, $50 after April Registration Fee includes: a fully supported amazing route, awesome water stops, post ride food truck voucher, cool pint glass, fun swag and more!

Fundraising Minimum: $100 which includes an amazing feeling of hope for helping find a cure for cancer! Our low fundraising minimum allow for you to raise money for a great cause and participate in fun ride with 100% of all donations raised going directly to Dana-Farber!

Already a PMC rider? No worries, we waive your fundraising requirement (you already raise enough!) and you get special fundraising support when you refer friends to this ride! Contact us for more information. This ride is a spoke in the wheel of the PMC’s goal to provide Dana-Farber’s doctors and researchers the necessary resources to discover cures for all types of cancer!

Route Description: Coming soon…

 

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About Bikes Fight Cancer: We love bikes. We hate cancer. Bikes Fight Cancer is a tight-knit team of knuckleheads that ride bikes and are committed to raising money for life-saving cancer research and treatment. Since 2006, we have proudly raised $425,918.42 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute!

About the PMC: The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is a bike-a-thon that today raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country. Benefiting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, the PMC pioneered the $4 billion athletic fundraising industry when it was founded in 1980 by Billy Starr, who remains the event’s executive director, an annual cyclist and a fundraiser. The PMC donates 100 percent of every rider-raised dollar directly to Dana-Farber and is the institute’s largest single contributor, raising more than 52 percent of the annual revenue at The Jimmy Fund®. In 2017, the PMC gave a record gift of $51 million to Dana-Farber, bringing the PMC’s 38-year contribution to Dana-Farber to more than $598 million since its inception in 1980.