Saturday, November 4, 2017
Join us for the Pink Pumpkin Pedal-Off--a charity bike ride in Gainesville, Florida, to raise money to support research at the University of Florida on treatment-resistant breast cancers.
Choose one of four scenic routes: 10 mile (paved trail only), 22, 40, or 62.5-miles (metric century).
Rider Limit is 500! Don't wait until it's too late!
Registration, packet pickup, and breakfast at 7 am
Entry Fee $45 ($50 week of event with internet form, $60 hand printed form, t-shirts only while they last)
Parking is located at the Davis Cancer Center Pavilion at 2000 SW Archer Road.
Rest stops will be provided with drinks, snacks. There will be pre-ride snacks and a post-ride meal by Chuy's Tex Mex at the start location. Support vehicles will be on courses following the last riders.
Thursday packet pick-up
Pick up your packet at Chuy's Tex Mex on Thursday, November 2, between 4 and 8 pm. Chuy's Tex-Mex is located at 3410 SW Archer Road (behind the CVS).
Feeling EXTRA PINK?
Arrive at the Pedal-Off in style by purchasing a one-of-a kind Pink Ribbon Cycling Jersey to show your support. All proceeds from sales of the jersey go directly to the treatment-resistant breast cancer research fund at the University of Florida. Please visit www.pinkribbonjersey.com for more information.
Questions? Email Barb Wills
Raise Funds, Get A Kit
You can sign up to raise funds for the cause. The first 15 persons to raise $500 or more will receive a specially designed Pink Pumpkin Pedal-Off jersey and shorts. You can contribute the $500 when you sign up for the ride, mail in a check, or turn in funds raised when you come to the ride.
Join A Team!
Five or more persons can form a team, and save $5 each on the ride. The designated Team Captain will pay $200 for the first five riders. The other four will get a team number and coupon code from the Team Captain to register at no additional cost. Additional team members will use the team number to get their $5 discount. All team members MUST register before the week of the ride! (Riders can sign up as individuals at the week-of-ride rate and still ride with their team.)
Who We Are
Why It Matters
Because treatment-resistant breast cancers: