Riders

Why Ride For Roswell?

There are hundreds of reasons to become a rider in The Ride For Roswell — but the only one that matters is the one that speaks to you. The purpose, passion and commitment powers each spin of our pedals. Together, we are making a difference.

Who Rides?

No matter if you’re a cycling enthusiast, a recreational biker or you just got your first set of training wheels, The Ride For Roswell will be an unforgettable experience.

Register. Raise. Ride.

Riders pay a $20 registration fee, choose from 10 different route options and then work toward their fundraising goal to fuel cancer research and patient-care programs at Roswell Park.

Route Options

Choose one of 11 routes, from a family 3-mile river route to a 102-mile century ride.

Ride as a Team

Join an existing team, or create your own and invite friends and family to participate!

Rent a Bike

No bike? No problem! Several of our local bike shop partners offer bike rentals.

Fundraising Resources

We are committed to helping you reach and exceed your fundraising goals with these helpful tools.

Virtual Riders

Can’t make it to the event? Become a virtual rider!

A virtual rider is someone who can’t ride on Ride Day but who still chooses fundraiser for cancer research and patient-care programs. As a virtual rider, you’ll receive free registration, a personalized fundraising page and be eligible for fundraising rewards.

How Do I Become a Virtual Rider?

Just complete the normal Ride registration process. When you’re asked to select a route, choose the last option — “Virtual Rider.”

No matter how you commit to being a part of The Ride For Roswell, you’re raising funds for life-changing programs and research endeavors at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Why Be a Virtual Rider?

You live out of town or have another commitment – but still want to support The Ride

Even if you can’t make it on Ride Day, going virtual allows you to lend your support and be there in spirit! Virtual riders can simply fundraise for the cause or create their own ride at home. We know that the commitment of riding is important to you and have a few ideas on our blog about how you can create your own route.

You’re volunteering at The Ride

Many Ride For Roswell volunteers are also our most dedicated supporters, and are eager to take that extra step to help raise the critical funds needed for Roswell Park. Becoming a virtual rider allows you to do both!

You aren’t physically able to Ride

If getting on a bike isn’t possible, you can still participate in The Ride! By signing up to be a virtual rider, you’re helping impact the 39,000 patients who turn to Roswell Park for hope each year.