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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
How many miles should I ride in training for the Ride to Cure?
How many miles should you ride in training for the Ride to Cure? This is a commonly asked question so I'll give you some guidelines. While it's ideal for your longest training ride to be as long as the distance you will be riding at the Ride to Cure, that isn't always possible and it isn't even necessary. Here are two guidelines I give people: Read More
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October 29 - November 1
The Nashville Ride to Cure Diabetes is located in historic Franklin, TN where you will find shops, restaurants and of course, some of the best cycling in the South. Join us in Music City to experience a ride like no other; full of excitement, great people and time to celebrate amongst a community who all rides for the same reason, creating a world without type 1 diabetes. Click here for more details.