Pedal for PSC
2017 Walk or Pedal for PSC in Woodstock, VT
Join the PSC Partners community and Great Freedom Adventures for a unique opportunity to walk or ride around Woodstock, Vermont, and make a difference for all PSCers by raising funds to support our mission!
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WHAT: A 100k (62 mi) or 50k (31mi) bike ride or a 15k (9.3mi) walk
WHEN: July 28-30, 2017
WHERE: Woodstock, Vermont
WHO: This event is open to anyone who wants to bike or walk to make a difference in the lives of PSCers. We’re asking you to raise funds from your network of friends and family to support PSC Partners and the search for a cure.
WHY: We know with your help and your generous donations, better treatments and a cure for PSC are closer than ever before. Help us raise money to end this devastating disease. Challenge participants will enjoy a fun group ride or walk with stunning views, pastoral dairy farms, flower fields, ponds, fragrant hay fields, sparkling rivers and lush green forests in the beautiful Vermont countryside. (This is not a race and will not include timing.) Three-day ride participants will also enjoy a warm-up ride on the first day and a finale ride on the third day.
WHAT’S INCLUDED: There is a per person fundraising minimum for ride/walk participants. If the minimum is raised, the following is included for three-day participants:
- Two nights lodging
- Two dinners, two breakfasts, snacks during the challenge and a post-challenge celebratory lunch
- Use of a Great Freedom Adventures bike (if needed while supplies last)
- Bike jersey for riders and t-shirt for walkers
- Water bottle
- Expert guides and ride support
- Cycling maps and cue sheets
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER at 2017 Walk or Pedal for PSC in Vermont where you can see the complete itinerary and event details.
DONATE NOW! To support Pedal for PSC or a participating rider/walker, visit the Walk or Pedal for PSC Fundraising Campaign page.
Questions? For more information, contact Leslie at (303) 771-5227 or firstname.lastname@example.org