Bike to Cure MS, October 6th-2013

The 2013 annual ride to research a cure and treat multiple sclerosis, BIKE MS: NYC, is this Sunday October 6th. This is part of 100 different cycling events and the 29th year for NYC.
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The event offers cyclists of all levels to choose from three different routes of varying lengths: 30, 55 and 100 miles and allows participants to ride on traffic free streets. Each year thousands of dollars are raised to fight MS through individual donor and prominent business, many who contribute to the world of cycling outside of this one particular event. Take for instance Radical Media, commercial production company that sponsors an all woman’s cycling team,
Then there is the Bromberg brothers, Eric and Bruce who own Blue Ribbon Restaurants. They created their own team and in the past have given their employees bicycles to commute with and to use in the Bike MS event.
Sean, Eric & Bruce(photo from: )

There is a registration fee of $75.00 and a fundraising minimum of $150.00, but it helps a very worthy cause and is an excellent group ride experience in NYC.

Here is more info:

Date: October 6, 2013
Start/Finish Location: Pier 92/94, New York, NY
Registration Fee: $75
Fundraising Minimum: $150
Route Options: 30, 55, or 100 miles
Age Minimum: All participants must be at least 12 years old by the day of the event. Click here for our minor policy.
Event details are subject to change.

Packet Pick-Up Information
Participant & Team Captain Guide
Click here to view the 30-mile route map
Bike rentals are available for Bike MS NYC. Click here to view rental options.
Whichever route you choose, it will be the most rewarding journey you’ll ever make.
The event is fully supported with catered rest stops, bike mechanics, a full meal, and support vehicles. Invite your family and friends to cheer as you cross the finish line. A fantastic Finish Line Festival awaits you with great food, music, a beer garden, massage tent and photo opportunities.

Follow Bike MS NYC on twitter: @Bikemsync

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