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This year join us for our virtual and live Cycle of Support ride to help us raise funds and awareness for children’s mental health!

Ride with us virtually starting on Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Create your own personal ride designed around your own schedule: whether you create your own route outside and ride solo or with others, use an indoor stationery bike to rack up those miles, take a hike or walk, or use your voice to advocate for and support children's mental health, anything you do can make a difference.

Join us in-person on Sunday, September 12, 2021

Our outdoor ride will be taking all appropriate COVID-19 precautions and feature your choice of route (10, 20 or 62 miles), bike rentals, refreshments and snacks to fuel up at our rest stops, and a delicious boxed lunch courtesy of Smokey Joe’s BBQ boxed.

Hear from past and current Cycle of Support riders on why they ride for children's mental health

Take part in our virtual closing ceremony on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at 7pm

No matter how you support the ride, you're invited to bring yourself (and others!) to our closing ceremony, where we'll be celebrating our riders and sharing how their support impacts children's mental health.

How to Get Involved

  1. Register to ride – it’s free. Go to our registration page or contact Hope Larson at HLarson@jbfcs.org.
  2. Create your personal rider page! Set your mile and fundraising goal, add an inspiring image, and write why children's mental health matters to you.
  3. Invite family and friends to support the cause. Encourage others to join by inviting them to ride on your team or make a charitable gift. All riders who raise or donate a minimum of $50 will receive a beautifully illustrated Cycle of Support T-Shirt.
  4. Ride! Registered riders who need a rental bike can rent a bike with Unlimited Biking at their NYC locations. Riders who raise a minimum of $100 get a free rental.

Questions?

To learn more, please contact Hope Larson at HLarson@jbfcs.org.