Date(s): October 20 - 21, 2018
Start/Finish Location: Irvine to San Diego
Fundraising Minimum: $400
Age Minimum: 12
Ready for the ride of a lifetime?
Help us celebrate our 36th ANNIVERSARY of Bike MS: Bay to Bay!!
Voted "Best Cycling Event" eight times by the readers of Competitor magazine, the Bike MS: Bay to Bay ride is an annual cycling adventure hosting 2,500 participants along California's beautiful Pacific south coast, from Orange County to San Diego.
Designed to provide a scenic and challenging ride for both the experienced cyclist and the energetic novice, the event will take place October 20 & 21, 2018, and will offer riders a 25-mile one-day option or 100-, 125-, or 150-mile two-day options.
Be a part of the Bike MS: Bay to Bay ride and get ready for the ride of your life. Whether you're new to Bike MS or ride every year, together we will raise money, have fun, and make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.
Please note: In order to gain access to ride through Camp Pendleton, all participants are required to submit the online form, linked below, with Camp Pendleton to ensure approval to ride on base. If registering after 10/14, there is no guarantee for base access, but the MS Society will provide vehicles to transport you to the next rest stop, bypassing Camp Pendleton.
To register online with Camp Pendleton, visit this page.
Dates: October 20 & 21, 2018
Day 1 (50, 75, 100 mile) Start Location: Irvine Transportation Center, Irvine (map)
Start Date & Time: Saturday at 7:00AM
Day 1 (25 mile) Start Location: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa, Carlsbad (map)
Start Date & Time: Saturday at 9:00AM
Day 2 (50 mile) Start Location: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa, Carlsbad (map)
Start Date & Time: Sunday at 7:00AM
THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIER NATIONAL SPONSORS:
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It's More than a Ride
Bike MS: Bay to Bay
In 2017, $2,650,000 to fund critical services, groundbreaking research and move us closer to a world free of MS.
More than 174 Teams participated in Bike MS: Bay to Bay in 2017.