CLIMATE RIDE ANNOUNCES CALIFORNIA NORTH COAST RIDE FOR MAY 2015!
The National Charitable Bike Ride for Sustainability Returns to Stunning North Coast This May 17-21, 2015
Climate Ride has announced the first ride of its 2015 event season — Climate Ride California North Coast this May 17-21, 2015, a 5-day, 300-mile bicycle ride from Fortuna, CA (near Eureka) to San Francisco, CA. Due to popular demand, Climate Ride is offering this spectacular coastal ride that will raise funds for more than 100 environmental and active transportation organizations working in the areas of sustainability, renewable energy, climate… Read more →
The final day in pictures: from our early start at Pearlstone - with an amazing breakfast full of tasty items straight from their organic farm and Blake's route rap; the lunch stop in Silver Springs; and finally our gathering at the Thompson Boat House for the final stretch to the Capitol.
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Join the Climate Ride as we pedal to the U.S. Capitol
Join the Climate Riders for the final stretch in Washington D.C. Bring your bike and ride the last few miles of Climate Ride NYC-DC 2014 with our spectacular riders and crew, from the Thompson Boat House up Constitution Avenue and finally to the U.S. Capitol. Congratulate riders who pedaled 300 miles from New York City and help bring the message of clean energy, sustainability, environmental protection and bicycle advocacy to our nation’s Capitol. You can join us for the last three miles of the ride or meet us at the Capitol for our arrival.
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Holtwood, PA to Reisterstown, MD: 65 miles/104.6 km
It's Bike to Work Day! Riders wore business attire to show folks back home that if we can ride 65 miles in work attire, they can bike a couple of miles to work!
Day 4 is a big day: lots of hills and 65 miles to Reisterstown. Luckily the weather is cooperating and giving us glorious blue skies, plus the scenery is amazing!
At mile 24.0, Mason Dixon Road marks the… Read more →
Spring City - Holtwood, PA: 56.6 miles/91.1 km
Green economy, green revolution, green jerseys! Riders were in green today for Green Day, and the top fundraisers wore their new green Climate Ride jersey prizes. Day 3 was full of stunning views and pleasant riding, starting with the cruise through St. Peters Village, where almost everyone stopped at our favorite bakery, which has a great outdoor patio overlooking the beautiful, rocky, French Creek. Riding along through forests and farmland, we passed through several parks and eventually reached Amish county, with its amazing farming landscape dotted with silos, horse-drawn carriages and laundry blowing in the wind. The Amish traits… Read more →