Join Georgia's Ride to End Cancer
Set the pace to end cancer faster at PaceDay 2021!
Help end cancer faster with Georgia's Ride to end Cancer on PaceDay 2021? –– Join the Paceline on October 16th! Paceline is a casual, fun bike ride, and there is a place for everyone to be involved. Through a celebratory weekend of cycling, food, and entertainment, Ride Weekend brings the Paceline community together to celebrate the year-long efforts to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. 100% of all funds raised go directly to research and survivorship at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.
"Paceline ride welcomes everyone of all abilities from across our local community and beyond to help set the pace to cure cancer faster. Join us for Georgia's ride to end cancer. 100% of all fundraising supports critical research and survivorship at the Georgia Center Center." - Martyn Jones, President
Friday, October 15th • 12 PM - 8 PM
Packet Pick-Up at Augusta University Summerville Campus
At Packet Pick-Up, you can also bring your bike to be stored for you overnight for the start and a bag with shower items and a change of clothes for the finish. The bikes for the 50 and 100-Mile Riders will be safely secured at the Summerville Campus for Saturday. Bikes for the 25 Mile Riders will be transported to Harlem High School and safely secured for your start there on Saturday. If you cannot attend packet pick-up on Friday, early packet pick-up will be available at your start location on Saturday, October 16th, before the ride.
Saturday, October 16th
50 and 100-Mile Riders • Start at Augusta University Summerville Campus
The 50 and 100-Mile Riders will start at 7:45 a.m.
25-Mile Riders • Start at Harlem High School
The 25-Mile Riders will start at 9:00 a.m.
Finish Line Celebration
Columbia County Amphitheater
All riders will finish in Evans. There will be LIVE music, cancer stories, and food and drink catered by Fat Man's. Once you are ready to go home, shuttles will be available to take you and your bike back to your starting line location.