Date(s): September 22 - 23, 2018
Start/Finish Location: Olathe to Lawrence, Kansas
Fundraising Minimum: $200
Age Minimum: 12
Start Location: Garmin Headquarters, 1200 E 151st Street, Olathe KS 66062
Overnight Location: Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2120 Harper Street, Lawrence KS 66046
Finish Location: Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2120 Harper Street, Lawrence KS 66046
Check-in Opens: 5:30AM
Saturday September 22 Start Time: 7:00AM | Traditional & Century 8:00 AM Short (if weather permits)
Start Time on Sunday September 23: 7:00AM (if weather permits)
Ready for the ride of a lifetime?
Bike MS: Kansas City Ride will take you farther than you’ve gone before. Voted Kansas City’s ‘Best Supported Ride’ by The Pitch and a ‘Top 10 Event’ by The Independent, you won’t find a more supported cycling event across the city. Enjoy a 1-day or 2-day cycling adventure riding from Garmin Headquarters in Olathe to the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Lawrence, where a celebration awaits you at the finish. You’ll find an unforgettable experience, complete with food trucks, Boulevard beer, live music, massages and more.
On Saturday, take your pick of 38-, 73- or 100-mile route options and on Sunday, 38 or 66 miles all cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. 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.
THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIER NATIONAL SPONSORS:
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Bike MS: Kansas City
In 2017, Bike MS: Kansas City raised $1,105,045.33 to fund critical services, groundbreaking research and move us closer to a world free of MS.
More than 93 Teams participated in Bike MS: Kansas City in 2017.