2010 California riders lunching in the redwoods


April Registration Promo Code –  It’s time to ride!

Caeli Quinn on April 6, 2016, 4:11 PM

Thank you for joining Climate Ride and being part of a ride with purpose!

Spring is in the air and we're thinking about getting outside and taking on a worthwhile challenge.


The April registration promo code is:



Scroll up to the top of this page and click REGISTER.

This promo special is valid on any 2016 event.

At the end of the registration process, enter the promo code above for $25 off the $100 registration.

Email us at info@climateride.org if you have any questions!

Allez allez!

Beneficiary Ignite on Climate Ride California 2016

Michelle Levitus on April 4, 2016, 10:57 AM

The first evening program of Climate Ride California is all about our beneficiary organizations. This is a fun, fast-paced event where leaders from our beneficiary collection, who are participating in the ride, share their work and innovative ideas with the group. Speakers have just 3 minutes to present and inspire the audience with their work, with the goal of kick starting networking and good conversation for the rest of the week!


The following leaders will represent these…

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Information Session and Meet-Ups on the East Coast

Michelle Levitus on April 1, 2016, 1:22 PM

Check our our Events Calendar!

Events Director Blake Holiday will be attending a number of events in New York, Washington D.C., and Boston to connect with alumni Climate Riders and Hikers as well as anyone who may be interested in participating in a Climate Ride event in the future.

Bring your friends and family to learn how you can join us for a life-changing charitable event and raise support and awareness for sustainability, active transportation and environmental causes. Attend…

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Team Forming on NYC - Washington D.C. Ride to Support WABA and the Vision Zero Campaign

Michelle Levitus on March 29, 2016, 12:31 PM

Ride for the issues you care about and to make bicycling better in your backyard!

Right now, WABA is focused on a Vision Zero Campaign. Here's why:

On average more than 425 people die each year walking, biking or driving on our city streets region wide (MWCOG). Traffic-related fatalities have declined in recent years, but crashes causing injury (rather than death) are on the rise, especially among those who walk or bike. Traffic deaths and injuries are preventable.

Vision Zero…

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