Bike to Beat Cancer Ride Weekend FAQ
Click on the links below for more details and information.
Important Day of Information Video
Schedule of Events
Safety Video (Coming Soon!)
RaceJoy Rider Tracking
Survivor Parade: Survivor Participant Details
Celebration of Courage
Additional Sponsor & Packet Information:
When will I receive my Bike to Beat Cancer jersey or T-shirt?
Individuals who reach the minimum fundraising requirements will receive a Bike to Beat Cancer t-shirt or jersey based on their rider type. Items will be provided during packet pick-up. Click here for more details.
What do I need to bring with me on my ride on the day of the Bike to Beat Cancer?
On event day, bring your bike, a form of identification to carry on you as you ride, any special snacks that you prefer and a water bottle.
What food and drink will be provided for me?
Before the ride, a breakfast sandwich will be provided by Chick-fil-A. Along our route will have pit stops open from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. that will provide snacks and hydration. Snacks will be pre-packaged and include pretzels, chips, fruit (such as bananas and apples), hard candy, fruit snacks, and granola bars. Drinks include water and individual powder drinks. Our 65 and 100 mile riders will receive a light lunch provide by Morrisons that will include Greek Chicken wrap, chips, fruit and a cookie (Vegetarian and Gluten free options will be available). After the ride, a Finish Line meal will be provided by Qdoba.
What time should I arrive to packet pick-up?
Packet pick-up will take place on Friday, Sept. 9 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. or Saturday, Sept. 10 from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. (8:30-9:20 a.m. for Family Ride). Please check out our schedule of events to learn more about the day of the event.
Where should I park for packet pick-up?
Click here for details on parking.
My family and friends want to cheer for me. Where can they go along the route?
We love to have your family and friends help cheer you on! Family and friends are able to station at the Finish Line to cheer riders on as they complete their ride. We also ask that family & friends cheer participants on using the provided RaceJoy app. Download the for Live Rider Tracking.
Should I have someone follow me along the route to ensure my safety?
We will provide LMPD support, Safety Vehicles provided by CPA Lab and Tech support from Scheller's Fitness and Cycling, therefore additional route support provided by a family or friend is not necessary. In case of true emergency, riders are asked to call 9-1-1.