Join us to Kick Off the 2018 Ride to Cure Diabetes Season!
Wednesday, January 10th, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Rockford Brewing Company
Anyone interested in riding in 2018 is invited! Learn all about the program, ride destinations and get pumped up. Registration will be opening January 17th at noon, so let’s get ready to ride!
Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Bring the whole family and any friends that want to ride too!
email email@example.com or call 616-957-1838 with any questions.
Check out this year’s ride destinations!
We’re thrilled to announce the 2018 JDRF Ride calendar with you! In addition to returning to some of your favorite locations from 2017, we are excited to bring back a Ride classic and even more excited to introduce you to a brand new location!
La Crosse, WI August 9 – 12
Loveland, CO August 23 – 26
Saratoga Springs, NY September 13 – 16
Amelia Island, FL October 4 – 7
Death Valley, CA October 18 – 21 returning!
Santa Fe, NM November 1 – 4 new!
Death Valley, California – October 18 – 21
We will be returning to Death Valley, CA! The Furnace Creek Ranch, now known as the Oasis, has undergone multi-million dollar renovations over the past year to restore and revitalize what has become one of the Ride to Cure’s most popular destinations. Due to National Park restrictions and capacity limitations, it’s anticipated to sell out quickly.
Santa Fe, New Mexico – November 1 – 4
Located 60 miles northeast of Albuquerque, Santa Fe is a unique, creative and historic city, known for its physical and cultural beauty, world renowned cuisine and old world charm. This will be a JDRF-only Ride and will offer multiple route options and a moderately challenging course.
2018 Registration Opens Wednesday, January 17th @ 12 pm ET
Historically, some Rides have sold out within hours! So mark your calendars.
In the next few weeks, we will share more information about locations, fundraising, courses, lodging, local culture and more.
We hope to see you next year at one of our 2018 Rides. Together, we will turn Type One into Type None.