Climate Ride can be more than a ride or a hike.
We realize that there are a lot of cool ways to fundraise for your favorite cause and make an impact on your local community or environmental advocacy group. We want to help! That’s why we’re offering the Independent Challenge program.
This program helps you raise money and awareness for your favorite Climate Ride beneficiary without participating in one of our existing events.
You create your own fundraising idea and power your own cause. Start your fundraiser here!
Have an idea for an event or adventure?
Starting an Independent Challenge is as easy as 1-2-3.
We'll be here to help you set up a fundraising page, give you pro-tips on fundraising, and connect you to our extended network of sustainably-focused organizations.
Still have questions? Check out our FAQ and Polices pages or email us!
Trans-America bike tour to raise awareness of climate change.
Trans-America Tour from Oregon to New Hampshire to bring awareness to the environmental challenges we face today.
Sid will ride 2,000 miles to raise $2,000 for Citizens Climate Lobby. This will be his 6th Climate Ride!
A group of cyclist will ride to Roxbury, MA to raise awareness and funding for safer biking for Roxbury's youth.
A cycling adventure and social impact project in Haiti bringing local and international cyclists together.
Shelli is biking from her home of 20+ years in Cleveland, Ohio to her new home on the Kitsap Peninsula, near Seattle.
Team Help Educate
A team of three will ride in a 30 mile cross-country mountain bike race in the Sierra Nevada's.
Michael will bike over 4,000 miles across the country visiting and volunteering with all 11 GRID Alternative offices.
Harvey, Ricky, and their 4 dogs embark on a 300 mile unsupported bike tour.
Shamini will bike 1,000 miles around the world in honor of our own global connectedness and B Corps.
A team of bicyclists will pedal their way around Lake Erie and raise funds for local bike and conservation non-profits.
David and Ben will summit and ski down Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina for POW.
Tina Hilding ran 350 miles over two and a half months in support of 350.org and the Paris Climate Conference in 2015.
Keys to Freeze
A 9,000 mile cycling journey from the Florida Keys to Deadhorse, Alaska.
Lowell A. Meyer
Lowell biked over 1,500 miles and raised over $7,000 for Citizen's Climate Lobby.
Over the next several years, Forrest Watkins will ride the equivalent of one circumference of Earth in the name of 350.org
Josh Lasky ran his first ultra-marathon and over 100 miles.
Chico State University's Alternative Transportation Group
Chico State University's Alternative Transportation Group created a polar bear plunge.
Becky Douglas Delp
Becky and her husband pedaled up 3,226 feet in Glacier National Park with their three kids in tow.
Evan is riding 400 miles and running his first half-marathon to support Climate Ride & Transportation Alternatives.
Todd is traveling throughout the Sierra Mountains to mobilize the ski community for climate action.