Please join us for the 10th Annual Ride for Help and Hope on Saturday, August 10th, 2019 – RAIN OR
SHINE. The ride starts and ends at The American Legion, 232 Calef Highway (Rte. 125) Epping NH, 03042 - kickstands up at 11am sharp.
This is a police escorted ride through scenic back roads, approximately 60 miles (with NO stops) -helmets are not required but recommended. The ride begins and ends at The American Legion in Epping NH.
You can register in person the morning of the ride from 8:30am to 10:30am. Pre-registration will be available online soon!
The event fee is $30 and this includes the ride, breakfast (while supplies last), lunch and entry into BREASTOBERFEST, our After Ride Bash!
Breast cancer survivors’ ride up front as our VIP guests and they ride for free. They will also receive a survivor t-shirt (while supplies last). If you are a breast cancer survivor, PLEASE LET US KNOW when you are registering.
Our agenda is as follows; upon returning from the ride, we will enjoy lunch, a few brief announcements and then enjoy an afternoon filled with music, raffles, games and more.
To date, we have donated over $100,000.00 to My Breast Cancer Support, all raised from this event!
Please email Brenda with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
PRE - REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!
If you are a breast cancer survivor, you do NOT have to pay and we have a special shirt for survivors. Please let us know if you are a survivor upon arriving the morning of the ride .
If you are registering for the ride, you do NOT have to purchase tickets for BREASTOBERFEST too. That is included in the $30 ride fee.
Most of the NE-W4K volunteers have been involved with this event since the first annual ride. If you have been riding with us for the last 6 years, you will notice the familiar faces. The Ride for Help and Hope Team is an amazing group of caring, fun and giving individuals.
Our volunteers work very hard to make sure your experience is friendly, efficient, fun and safe! We have a registration crew, raffle crew, parking crew, police escorts, road angels and our BREASTOBERFEST Crew.
They work throughout the year planning for the event from putting together a safe and scenic route to collecting raffle items. Please take a moment to thank them in recognition of their continued help.