Baltimore Washington Ride for Kids Event Type: Benefit - Charity September 12, 2021 Ellicott City, MD


Sun, Sep 12, 2021 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Turf Valley Resort parking lot
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2700 Turf Valley Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Event Website:
Contact Phone:
(301) 596-2890 - Tom Chicca
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Event Description:
The Baltimore Washington Ride for Kids will be hosting our 30th Ride on September 12, 2021. All proceeds from the event go directly to benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
Due to the uncertainty of the continued Covid 19 pandemic, restrictions on social distancing, and our concern for your safety, the 2021 Ride will be a “basic ride”. We will meet at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, MD. Registration will start at 8:30 am. The ride, approximately 90 minutes, will start at 9:30 am. We will provide some coffee and donuts in the morning and cold water upon return after the ride. We will use the small group format that we used the past two years with ten or so riders following a ride leader. Those who wish, may linger in the parking lot after the ride but no food will be provided.
For more information, opportunities, and advance registration see our website:
Online registration in advance of September 12 is encouraged. There is a minimum donation fee of $40 for registration. A Ride for Kids T-shirt and ride pin are included in the attendees’ registration fee; those raising at least $150 will also receive a Ride for Kids hat. Individuals who fundraise $300 or more can select a third incentive items (TBD). Everyone who registers and pays online in advance of the event will be eligible to win a Honda Motorcycle. The more money you raise, the more opportunities you will have to win one of the five motorcycles. The drawings will be held the evening of September 12. This is why online registration in advance is to your benefit.
While the pandemic has impacted outdoor fundraising events, the need for money to support the Kids, their families, and cancer research remains. Please continue to help us as we fight to cure the deadliest childhood disease in the United States.