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In-person ride: June 12, 2021
Virtual ride: June 1-30, 2021

 
As we continue to work with state and local jurisdictions in regard to COVID-19 restrictions and safety measures, we are moving forward with planning our in-person ride for June 12, 2021.

At this time, we are accepting registrations for either the virtual event or the in-person ride on June 12 where you can select your preferred route distance! The routes will be supported with signage and aid stations. We will provide a boxed lunch afterwards, though our traditional expo will have to wait another year. 

IN-PERSON CYCLISTS:
We look forward to seeing you on June 12, 2021 in Lone Tree, CO at Sweetwater Park (8300 Sweet Water Road, Lone Tree, CO 80124).

Parking for the ride will be at Acres Green Elementary (13524 Acres Green Dr, Littleton, CO 80124) and there will be a golf cart shuttle to the park for those who need it. 

We strongly request you to pick up your event packet beforehand, to alleviate volume and delays on the morning of the event:

Pick-up Times:
Saturday, June 5 @ 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Friday, June 11 @ 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Location: 
Bike Source
2690 E Count Line Rd, Unit P
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

 

VIRTUAL CYCLISTS:
We challenge our participants to cycle away from June 1st - 30th while logging their progress on their personal fundraising pages.  Each participant’s miles (whether outside or on a stationary bike) will count toward the campaign goal of at least 25,000 miles during the month of June.  Every registered participant will receive a commemorative P4P 2021 Virtual Ride T-shirt as well as a sense of pride in continuing the fight on this virtual journey.  We look forward to seeing how many miles this amazing community can accumulate in our fight against Parkinson’s!
 
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Research shows that bicycling can have tremendous benefits to people with Parkinson’s, well beyond those enjoyed by all cyclists.  Vigorous cycling can sometimes reduce symptoms for hours or days afterwards. If you, or someone you know has Parkinson’s, please consider this opportunity to ride and help increase awareness of the many benefits of cycling.