Bike MS

National MS Society, Greater New England Chapter

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Bike MS

The Greater New England Chapter offers several bike rides, each offering a special combination of great roads, beautiful scenery, outstanding people and a great cause.

2014
New Hampshire Seacoast Escape
presented by Biogen Idec
August 23, 2014 Stratham, N.H.
Bike & Hike the Berkshires
presented by Biogen Idec
September 20, 2014 Hancock, Mass.
2015
Ride the Vineyard May 2, 2015 Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
Cape Cod Getaway June 27-28, 2015 Boston to Provincetown, Mass.
Great Maine Getaway August 8-9, 2015 Biddeford, Maine

Recently completed rides:


Ride the Vineyard 2010Ride the Vineyard, presented by Genzyme, a Sanofi Company - May 2, 2015

The Bike MS season opens with Ride the Vineyard. Riders choose from 20-, 30- and 63-mile scenic rides along the winding roads of Martha’s Vineyard. With the quaint charm and beautiful ocean views, there’s a route for everyone, regardless of your cycling experience.
Minimum Fundraising: $250

Ride Bar Harbor - May 17, 2014

Our newest ride is based in one of Maine’s great vacation spots. Cyclists ride along Maine’s rocky coast, past stonewall-lined and tree-covered roads through the many villages that dot Bar Harbor’s rugged coast. This one-day ride is an attractive adventure for a wide range of riders, including recreational and family riders, to the serious enthusiast.
Minimum Fundraising: $150 

Cape Cod Getaway - June 27-28, 2015

Cape Cod Getaway 2010 start2 Days, 150 miles, Quincy to Provincetown…
The Cape Cod Getaway is the largest MS ride in New England. Beginning Saturday morning, you join over 2,000 riders pedaling from Boston, Mass., through the coastal towns of the South Shore to the Cape Cod Canal.  Day One ends at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Bourne, where you are welcomed with music and great food, and maybe even a beer or two.
     Early Sunday morning, you cross the Bourne Bridge and ride across picturesque Cape Cod making your way to Provincetown.  After crossing the finish line, riders have a chance to eat, socialize, and clean up before boarding the party boat back to Boston.
Minimum Fundraising: $500  

Minuteman Ride 2010Minuteman Ride, presented by Biogen Idec - July 19, 2014

Join us as we ride the beautiful roads of historic Concord and surrounding metro-west towns. Revolutionary-era homes and beautiful New England scenery are just some of the sights you'll enjoy on this ride, close to Boston.
Minimum Fundraising: $250
 

 

Green Mountain Getaway - August 2-3, 2014

Experience all that the lake-front city of Burlington, Vermont has to offer, and take advantage of beautiful routes that will provide you with spectacular mountain views as well as stunning scenes of Lake Champlain. Riding on the rural roads that wind in and around Chittenden County, you'll be able to enjoy the beauty that is Vermont with routes each day beginning and ending at the University of Vermont.
Minimum Fundraising: $250

Great Maine Getaway - August 8-9, 2015

Join us for Great Maine Getaway and see Maine from the saddle of your bicycle. The start, finish and overnight for the ride is at University of New England in Biddeford, ME. Cyclists ride by farms, over hills and by the sea. An annual tradition is our Maine Lobster Bake, which takes place on Sunday afternoon. Have a memorable ride and share the experience with fellow cyclists riding and fundraising to create a world free of multiple sclerosis.
Minimum Fundraising: $250  

New Hampshire Seacoast Escape, presented by Biogen Idec - August 23, 2014

This August ride features the beauty of New Hampshire's scenic, less-traveled roads, and quaint villages from the comfort and quiet of your bicycle. Route options include 25 or 60 mile rides. This event has a family atmosphere and features a post-ride barbecue.
Minimum Fundraising: $250

Bike and Hike the Berkshires 2007Bike & Hike the Berkshires, presented by Biogen Idec - Sept. 20, 2014

Explore the beauty of the Berkshires in the fall with 25- and 50-mile bike routes, the 100 mile Mt. Greylock Challenge, or two hiking routes on Mt. Greylock. So, whether you wear hiking boots or cycling shoes, Bike and Hike the Berkshires has something for everyone.
Minimum Fundraising: $250

 


National Passport Program
Have a fantastic time riding with avid cyclists and meeting like-minded people that are passionate about helping to create a world free of MS!  Fundraising: raise $5,000 or more and ride an MS Bike Ride in another Chapter without additional fundraising.  

Be a Team
Share your bike MS experience by starting a team. Teams are a great way to build morale and demonstrate your community involvement. Any group of four or more people can form a team, and there are plenty of places to find members friends, family, your company or your community.

Pledges, Prizes, Prestige
Add up the dollars as the miles roll by. After registering, you’ll receive everything you need to collect contributions. And with our powerful online fundraising tools, we’ve made it even easier for your friends and family to contribute to your ride. Raise more then the minimum event amount and you’ll be eligible to win great prizes. Support a participant.

Support
MS Bike Rides are fully supported events. You train and fundraise and we'll take care of you on the event.

Join the movement to create a world free of MS!

 

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