When cycling and charity combine...magic happens. Join us for a fun-filled weekend that brings together riders from around the world to raise funds for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Whatever your skill level, the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes will help prepare you for success with:
- Access to coaches certified by USA Cycling
- Training rides that improve cycling skills and promote team building
- Personal fundraising web pages that make it easy to ask for donations
Start your journey by traveling to one of our seven stunning destination locations. There, you'll join fellow cyclers to take part in safety seminars, planned excursions and team celebrations that all lead up to the big event—Ride day.
Training Tips by Coach David Ertl
What type of bike do I need to do a JDRF Ride?
The simple answer is any bike that is comfortable and that is in good operating condition. When doing a JDRF ride, these are not races. These are charity rides with the objective being to complete a distance that you select. All you need to do is to be able to complete the given distance, within certain time limits. Read More
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July 23 - July 26
The 2015 Burlington Ride to Cure Diabetes has a new host hotel and start/finish line location: The Burlington Hilton! The change in location will offer the ability to be in walking distance to the lively downtown area and waterfront while still continuing to ride on the beautiful roads of the Champlain Valley! Click here for more details.