Ride with Team Mid-Atlantic in 2024

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JDRF just announced the dates and locations for the 2024 Ride To Cure Diabetes season, and we want you to join the Mid-Atlantic team in the New Year when registration opens on February 1, 2024!

We’re excited to share our new Ride location in the Pacific Northwest, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho! JDRF’s newest Ride features a scenic and relaxing lakefront downtown with access to spectacular roads for riding. Starting along Lake Coeur d’Alene, you’ll venture north into beautiful Kootenai County, traveling through forested roads and between several lakes dotting the course. Skirting the National Forest and avoiding the area’s major mountains, the ride gives stunning views of rolling hills while passing through the shorelines of area lakes. We expect this location to sell out quickly, so be sure to register on February 1 so you don’t miss out.

We’re also looking forward to returning to stunning ride locations in Burlington, VT, La Crosse, WI, Death Valley, CA, and Amelia Island, FL. Plus, as in years past, there is no registration fee required to participate in JDRF My Ride, where you can ride your own way and have the chance to fundraise toward exciting rewards. A $100 registration fee is required to participate in a JDRF Destination Ride and is counted towards your fundraising package commitment. Stay tuned for more information on our fundraising packages and exciting rider benefits for 2024.

About JDRF Ride
You don’t have to be an avid cyclist to join the Mid-Atlantic Ride team! JDRF Ride is for all cyclists — beginner or experienced — who share a commitment to JDRF’s mission. The Ride gives cyclists of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to support breakthroughs that transform the lives of people with T1D, until there are cures.

JDRF Ride isn’t just a bike ride: it’s an experience where thousands of riders come together from all over the world to make new friendships and enjoy the unparalleled camaraderie of the Ride community with a shared mission to raise money to help end T1D. Learn more at ride.jdrf.org or contact Danielle Cohen for more information.