Riders from around the world take on two challenges: raising the money needed to fund research for better treatments and a cure for diabetes, and reaching a personal training goal to prepare for a destination cycling experience. The JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes offers:
The journey begins by traveling to one of our destination Ride locations. Meet up with fellow riders and begin a fun-filled weekend including safety seminars, planned excursions, and team building celebrations. It all leads up to the big event ... Ride Day.
1. Don't ride too fast. The effort required to increase your speed on a bike increases exponentially with the speed, so to go a few miles per hour faster may take twice the effort. You want to ride these JDRF Rides at a steady pace, but not so fast you feel labored. Read More
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A two-year veteran of the program, Victoria hopes to complete two JDRF rides in 2014—one in Lake Tahoe, CA and the other in Nashville. She enthusiastically shares her Ride stories with everyone and hopes to channel her excitement into new riders and more research dollars for type 1 diabetes (T1D)...
July 24 - 27, 2014
The Burlington, VT Ride offers "classic New England" cycling on some of the most scenic roads that the state has to offer. The JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes course travels through historic villages, featuring covered bridges and flowing rivers. Take in spectacular views while cycling through the pristine Champlain Valley.