REGISTER A TEAM

Every $500 raised provides financial assistance to one cancer patient annually.

The Bike for Cancer Care benefits the Benedictine Health Foundation’s Rosemary D. Gruner Memorial Cancer Fund. There a bike rodeo for youth, a Round Robin Ride for families within Dietz stadium, and a 12-, 25-, and 50- mile route for the more avid cyclists. All proceeds from this event provide direct financial assistance to cancer patients and their families receiving treatment in Ulster County.

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Why Volunteer?

Volunteering for the Benedictine Health Foundation’s Bike for Cancer Care is the perfect way to feel connected to your community. The simple act of offering your time, your skills and your spirit will positively impact the lives of others, as well as your own.

Support Local Cancer Patients – Become a Sponsor

The Bike for Cancer offers a variety of routes for riders of all skill levels: a Youth Bike Rodeo (ages 5 – 10), Round Robin Ride (Family Friendly biking inside Dietz Stadium), and a 12, 25, and 50-mile ride all traveling throughout Ulster County. A great event for the entire family! Team riders can participate in any distance ride.

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New this year….If you don’t or can’t ride, consider joining as a Virtual Rider!!

Register just like any of the riders and start your own page and begin to raise money for this awesome cause!

It’s as easy as clicking on the “Register as a Virtual Rider” on the left hand side of the registration page. Follow the prompts and you are ready to go!

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A helping hand for cancer patients and their families