Join us for the 26th Annual Celebration of Cycling! September, 8th 2018.
Join us for the 26th Annual Celebration of Cycling. We want to know what YOU are celebrating with your ride? Are you celebrating a loved one who has passed? Maybe your first century ride? Are you celebrating the accomplishments of our Summer Program Students? Or are you just celebrating your love of cycling? We want you to come celebrate with us!
The Celebration of Cycling is an annual bike ride that directly supports PEAC’s Summer Programming.
PEAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that empowers individuals through cycling in by increasing community access, fostering social involvement and promoting healthy lifestyles.
Our seven week summer program provides all students, no matter their disability. This program is offered in Taylor, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Saline, Dexter, Farmington Hills and Toledo. Our unique methods meet the needs of each participant by working with parents and student to create and accomplish goals. Some goals include: learning to balance and ride a two-wheeled bike, riding a tandem with peers and riding in the community.
MASS START TIMES!
7:30 am – 100 miles
8:15 am – 75 miles
9:00 am – 50 miles
9:45 am – 35 miles
10:30 am – 24 miles
11:00 am – 12 miles
About Our Ride:
The ride has 6 rest stops and lunch at the start/finish.
Routes available are 12, 24, 35, 50, 75 and 100 miles.
All Routes are SAG (Support & Gear) supported.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What does this ride support?
The Celebration of Cycling is PEAC’s fundraiser for the Summer Program. Each year, hundreds of students take part in our summer program to learn valuable cycling skills such as learning to ride a two-wheeled bike, participating in a community ride on a tandem or learning to pedal and steer a tricycle. The Celebration of Cycling is a way for our students to showcase their skills to the community. This year, PEAC worked with over 275 students to help them achieve their cycling goals and none of it would be possible without your support!
What is the refund policy? All registrations are final and entry-fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
What does it mean to sponsor a cyclist? This means you will be sponsoring a cyclist with a disablity to acheive their goal of riding in the Celebration of Cycling.
Where exactly is this event? The event begins and ends at Warrendale Shelter in Hines Park (behind the HYPE Athletics building, which is located at 23302 W. Warren Ave. Dearborn Heights MI 48127)
What time does the event start?
Registration begins at 7:00 am. The mass start times for the routes are as follows:
100 mile – 7:30 am
75 mile – 8:15 am
50 mile – 9:00 am
35 mile – 9:45 am
24 mile – 10:30 am
12 mile – 11:00 am
What time does the event close? The event ends at 5:00pm