From our Founder
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Last September, the Hudson Valley Bike Ride celebrated its tenth year. We have accomplished so much in that time – 2,900 riders rode 72,000 miles and raised $5.8 million to support vital mental and behavioral health services across New York City and Westchester. Thank you so much to all our riders and sponsors who helped us reach this milestone.
Moving into our next ten years gives us the opportunity to bring even more visibility to the people helped by our ride: young New Yorkers who so often need the most help in our communities.
That’s why we decided to rename the ride as Cycle of Support: Ride for Children’s Mental Health.
Children’s mental health impacts all of us – every community, every school, and every family is touched by it in some way. By riding with us, you can help a young child in Brownsville, Brooklyn who needs mental health support. You’ll also be riding for kids in the East Village who need support as they leave foster care, for kids in Queens whose family needs help to stay together, and for so many, many more.
I’m passionate about what Cycle of Support can make possible for kids in our community, and I hope you’ll join our ride – and the cause.
Chair of the Board, The Jewish Board
Founder, Cycle of Support