The Ride to Cure Diabetes is a unique and exciting way to fight diabetes. Participants can choose from one of five exciting Ride locations. Riders enjoy the adventure of a lifetime all while being amazed by our country’s natural landscapes up close. Each destination promises its own beauty and challenges, and will help to create memories that will remain long after the return home.
Participants can bike for their choice of distance (usually between 30 and 100 miles) to raise money towards our goal of a permanent cure for diabetes. All Ride to Cure Diabetes participants are furnished with JDRF jerseys and USA Cycling certified coaches to learn the ropes and look the part. JDRF Youth Ambassadors also offer boundless encouragement to riders and serve as constant reminders of the millions of men, women, boys and girls who live every day with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
Every Ride to Cure Diabetes weekend is filled with an atmosphere of teamwork and togetherness, anticipation and excitement. The challenges each rider faces, the friends they make and the experience we all build together create memories which last a lifetime.
2014 JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes Dates:
Burlington, Vermont: July 24, 2014 – July 27, 2014
La Crosse, Wisconsin: August 14, 2014 – August 17, 2014
Lake Tahoe, Nevada: September 5, 2014 – September 8, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee: October 30, 2014 – November 2, 2014
Death Valley, California: October 16, 2014 – October 19, 2014
Tucson, Arizona: November 20, 2014 – November 23, 2014
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All expenses associated with the trip, including round trip airfare, hotel accommodations,meals and transportation of the Rider’s bicycle will be provided by JDRF in exchange for reaching a fundraising goal. JDRF also provides maintenance, support and appropriate snacks and drinks during the Ride, and even throw a couple of parties for you and your Ride buddies.
To register and for more information about the Ride Program, please visit http://ride.jdrf.org. For additional information about the Ride to Cure Diabetes, please contact Ari Hurst of JDRF at (212) 478-4319.