Participants can choose to complete one of our five fully marked and supported routes. Your safety is important to us! On the day of Bike to Beat Cancer, we will have signage alerting drivers to cyclists as well as a team of LMPD officers to help direct traffic and riders in busier intersections throughout the route. Since signs and our safety crew will not be in place before the event, we ask that you please do not risk trying to pre-ride the route. All routes are subject to change.
Along the route, there will be “Pit Stops” that will include pre-packaged snacks, hydration and an opportunity to stretch.
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Download the RaceJoy mobile app for Live Rider Tracking.
Some key RaceJoy features include:
GPS Progress Alerts
•Receive continual progress updates as you complete the course! Audio updates are typically sent approximately every 10 miles and include pace, elapsed time, and estimated finish time.
Live GPS Tracking
•Supporting spectators can track you live in a map view as your progress along the course. You can track track others as well.
•NearMe alerts let spectators know you are drawing near.
•Find each other using the MeetUp tool.
•Receive fun, motivational audio cheers from your supporting fans.
•Send custom cheers with RaceJoy’s new Text-to-Cheer.
•Start sending cheers to others at any time!
Share RaceJoy with your friends and family and ask them to sign in as a spectator. If you carry your phone, they can track you live from home or at the event site. These interactive ride day features are being provided by the Bike to Beat Cancer at no charge to you.