Bike MS: C.H. Robinson MS 150 Ride Details



2015 MS 150 ID

June 12–14, 2015
Duluth to the Twin Cities
Registration fee: $55
Fundraising minimum: $300

Contact Information


About the ride

Bike MS: C.H. Robinson MS 150 Ride 2015 is a two-day, fully supported cycling adventure that starts in Duluth and finishes in the Twin Cities. You'll enjoy a free bus ride to Duluth Friday, where your bike and friends await. Saturday, you'll join nearly 4,000 cyclists and travel the scenic Willard Munger Trail to Hinckley where you'll celebrate your halfway victory at a festive overnight. Sunday, when you cross the finish line, you'll have helped change the world for people with multiple sclerosis.

This ride is open to cyclists of all levels of expertise. To increase safety and reduce congestion on the Willard Munger Trail, participants may also choose an alternative route option using Highway 61, starting in Carlton. Click here for more information.

Registration information

The registration fee is $55. All participants are required to pay the $300 fundraising minimum in order to ride.

Your registration includes access to our online fundraising tools, Bike MS T-shirt, snacks and refreshments at rest stops, mechanical and medical support, a finish line celebration and more.

You've registered. Now what?

Visit the Ride Schedule page for information about check-in (including early check-in at the Minneapolis office, June 4), and a schedule of activities throughout the two-day ride. Don't forget to check out the route and Rider Guide for event details, need-to-knows and more.

If you're a Team Captain, visit the Teams page for a Team Captain Checklist, the 2015 Team Captain Toolkit, information on the Team Tent Village and more.

Whether you're a seasoned rider or this is your first year, it's important to brush up on your cycling safety and train appropriately before the ride. Visit the Safety and Training pages for tips.

Spectator information

Not up for riding? You don't have to! Join us at the finish line at Century College and cheer on the riders as they complete their 150-mile journey. A DJ by One Shoe Productions will be playing tunes and food will be available for a $5 donation. Free parking is located on the East Campus. Accessible parking is available at the finish line.