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Wow. What a weekend! Thank you for making City to Shore 2014 one of our best rides ever. While the weather was outstanding, what really made the event a success was you and the thousands of other cyclists who trained and raised funds to help create a world free of MS. Stay tuned for final year end totals and award winners, posted in December!
> Why wait to register and relive the experience? Register for City to Shore 2015 for just $35!
IMPORTANT: As of November 19, 2014, the 2015 ride dates have changed. Originally scheduled for Sept. 26 & 27, the ride will now be held on October 3 & 4, 2015. Click here for details.
> Click here for weekend photos
Bike to create a world free of MS
Named by Bicycling Magazine as the “Best Cycling Getaway in NJ”, the Bike MS: City to Shore Ride promises to be the best cycling experience on the east coast.
Ride with 7,000 cyclists of all ages and cycling abilities for the challenge of your choice with several route options. Enjoy flat terrain as you travel through the quaint towns and back roads of Southern New Jersey. Pedal through the blueberry fields of Hammonton, experience the serene beauty of the Pine Barrens and listen to the waves as you roll into historic Ocean City.
This ride is fully supported with catered rest stops, bike support and SAG transportation. Invite your family and friends to cheer as you cross the finish line and enjoy a wonderful evening stroll on the boardwalk.
This is not just a ride, but an experience. The sense of accomplishment that you'll feel as you cross the finish line can only be matched by the difference you'll be making in the lives of people affected by MS.
> One-day, 25 mile
> One day, 45-mile
> One day, 75-mile
> One day, 100-mile Century (75-mile with extra 25-mile loop)*
> Two-day, 75 miles each day
> Two-day, 100-mile Century (100 miles Saturday, 75 miles Sunday)*
*Century loop closes at 11 a.m.
When you register for Bike MS, we promise:
> Themed rest stops every 15-20 miles stocked with fresh fruit, snacks and beverages
> Lunch both days, dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday
> Return transportation for all Saturday one-day cyclists
> Advice to help you reach your fundraising goals
> Bike mechanics at each rest stop and constantly roving the route
> Luggage transport from the start to the finish each day
> Group ride training and safety information
> Cheering volunteers to keep your spirits high
> A festive finish line and all the fun you could hope for
We also provide a welcome/fundraising kit to all cyclists within a few weeks of registering, mailed March through mid-September.
> $20 through 10/3/13
> $35 through 1/20/14
> $50 through 5/29/14
> $65 through 8/28/14
> $75 through 9/18/14
> $100 through 9/27/14
Please note: Registration will close early if the registration cap is reached. Volunteers do not pay a registration fee.
To obtain a rider number and participate, all cyclists must:
> Collect a minimum of $300 in donations
> Complete a Bike MS waiver/safety pledge
> Be at least 12 years of age by the day of the ride
Fundraising events such as Bike MS are directly impacting the immediate needs of people living with MS and their long term needs so they can lead their best quality of life. To learn how your dollars are making a difference, click the "Your Impact" tab of the Why We Ride page.
Email us or call us at 1-800-445-BIKE.
Prize redemption information has been emailed to those who submitted their prize request form by October 31. If you have not received your information of have questions, contact us.
© 2014 National Multiple Sclerosis Society. All Rights Reserved. All registration fees and donations for this event are nonrefundable.