Ride • Volunteer • DonateRide ‘Round Rhody 2018
Ride ‘Round Rhody riders, volunteers and donors strive to directly impact our local community with energy, optimism and passion. We are driven to change the outcome of cancer for the people we share our lives with – our friends, family and neighbors.
Together, we're making a difference through fundraising and providing support for cancer, which has become all too common in our community. Our 2018 event is our 10th anniversary RRRide! Join us in contributing locally and trailblazing globally. Ride with us July 29, 2018!
Cycling Out Cancer
Whether you ride, volunteer along the route, or donate in support of a participant your contribution matters. There are opportunities for everyone and anyone to contribute in support of the LIFEcycle mission.Learn about LIFEcycle
LIFEcycle has made it possible for us to perform clinical trials that have changed how cancer patients are treated, throughout the world. It’s great riding with members of the community who are helping RI stay at the forefront of cancer research and care.Dr. Hoaward Safran
What You Can Expect at the RRRide
Choose your distance for the day: 15, 40 or 80 miles. Our routes take you along scenic tree-lined roads with gentle rolling hills, beginning and ending at the Farmer’s Daughter on RT. 138 in Kingston.
The amazing RRR volunteers will be stationed and riding along the course to provide nutrition, first aid, mechanical support, and an emotional boost. They will be championing you along the way.
We provide food and fun before, during, and after the ride. You’ll enjoy music and cheer at the finish line, so be sure to invite your friends and families to celebrate your accomplishment.
Two Registration Options
Fundraising Riders: $30 registration, with $300 fundraising commitment ($40 after February 1); Non-fundraising Riders: $200 registration, with no fundraising commitment ($250 After February 1)
- Briar & Briar
- North Main Radiation Oncology