REGISTRATION / FUNDRAISING
- FUNDRAISING: This is a charity event. We ask that all participants attempt to raise as much money as they can. (Previous year's events saw several riders raise over $2,000 each!...$500 is not hard to do)
Riders raising $500 or more in donations or sponsorship will be provided two additional options.
1) Be a fund-raising champ and get your $100 registration fee "comp'd" after completing the event.
2) Be a bad-ass fund-raiser AND allow us to include your registration proceeds in our over-all donation.
- Registration: includes a custom event cycling-jersey, event t-shirt and water bottle as well as access to the Navy SEAL Museum on the night of day 1. Riders completing the event will receive a certificate of completion as well as a window sticker and some pretty good bragging material. We ask that all pictures taken by individuals during the event be shared to the event FB page so participants have access to them.
- Participants: This event is open to everyone; military, civilian, amateur, and professional riders as well as volunteers. Please keep in mind, THIS IS A RIDE, NOT A RACE. There will NOT be a 1st-2nd-3rd place finish award. This is a 250 mile ENDURANCE Cycling Challenge. The goal is to ride with your group. Support vehicles will accompany each group of riders (separated by speed) on both days. Please be prepared to ride a minimum 125 miles each day. Riders unable to keep up with their group for any reason will be asked to ride in a support vehicle until ready to resume riding or until the end of that day's ride.
- Age Restrictions: 16yrs - 99yrs... this is not a race however riders are expected to have the ability to ride with their group. Riders who are unable to ride with their group for any reason will be asked to ride in a support vehicle until ready to resume riding or until the end of that day's ride. Group paces range from 13mph, 16mph up to 20mph+(avg) depending on the group. Riders needing to drop to a slower group will be permitted to do so. Minors participating in the event are required to have an adult rider accompany them.
- Over-Night Accomodations: Riders will spend the night at the Navy SEAL Museum in Ft. Pierce, (the "HALF WAY" point), before returning to Orlando on Saturday, Oct. 14th. Showers, bathrooms, food and sleeping arrangements along with products from our sponsors, will be provided for riders. Riders may also bring additional food/beverages if desired.
- Weather: Conditions vary. Previous year's rides have seen sun, rain, and even windy conditions. There will be room in each support vehicle for riders to have a bag for a change of clothes and extra supplies. Please watch the Orlando & Fort Pierce weather reports prior to leaving for the ride (day 1) and prepare accordingly.
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