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Date(s): September 9-10, 2017
Start/Finish Location: Sarpy County Fairgrounds (Springfield, NE) to Haymarket Park (Lincoln, NE)
Fundraising Minimum: $200
Age Minimum: 12
Join the party! On Saturday night at 6:30 PM join us at Gate 25 in the Railyard of the Haymarket District (right by the hotels and just across the bridge from the camping) for a Bike MS Nebraska Day 1 after-party! With beer donated by Boulevard and some appetizers provided, we'll celebrate the completion of our Day 1 and hear from MS Community leaders!
Bike MS: Nebraska Ride will take you farther than you’ve gone before. Enjoy a 1-day or 2-day cycling adventure. Ride from Omaha to Lincoln where a celebration awaits you. You’ll find an unforgettable experience, complete with food, beer, entertainment, massages and more.
On Saturday, take your pick of 25-, 60- or 100-mile route options and on Sunday, 50 miles all cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. You can ride both days or either day! There will be a bus back to Omaha on Saturday night leaving Haymarket park at approximately 6 pm that you can use for a small $10 fee.
To make your ride a safe and memorable one, the routes feature well-stocked rest stops every 8-12 miles and are monitored by a route support team consisting of HAM radio operators, support vans, motorcycle patrol, law enforcement, EMTs and mechanics from our partner bike shops.
In addition, you will experience an incredible level of camaraderie as you embark on a journey filled with laughter, excitement, support and a profound sense of accomplishment. Your participation drives us closer to a world free of MS by funding critical research and services that change the lives of people affected by MS.
Our how-to videos on our online fundraising tools will help you become a fundraising pro in no time!
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in 2016 to help fund MS research and critical programs for people living with MS.
pedaled during last year's Bike MS: Nebraska Ride.