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Ride the PMC

Ride the PMC

Why Ride: Closer by the Mile

The PMC is a fully supported bike-a-thon with food and water stops, mechanical and  medical assistance, lodging and luggage, bike and individual transportation. Whether it’s 25 or 192 miles, every mile pedaled equals funds raised for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s life-saving research and treatment. The 2019 goal is $60 million.

Cyclists choose one or two days; 12 routes from 25 to 192  miles that cater to all levels of cycling strength and fundraising capacity. The longest route is the two-day, 192-mile ride from Sturbridge to Provincetown, and the shortest is a one-day,  25-mile ride from Babson College to Patriot Place in Foxboro.

You’re here to make a difference. Ride with us to bring the PMC closer by the mile.

Rider registration for PMC 2019 is closed. Registration for PMC 2020 will open in January.

Process

Step 1: Register

Commit, you’ll figure it out. Choose the mileage and fundraising commitment that works for you. We’ll help you succeed.

Step 2: Fundraise & Train

Fundraising and training go hand in hand – get started with both as soon as you register.We’ll provide the guidance and tools you need to succeed, from rider orientation to online resources.

Step 3: Ride

No matter which route you choose, the PMC is an experience like no other. On PMC weekend, riders, volunteers and supporters come together to make a difference in the fight against cancer.

The Virtual Ride

Be a part of the PMC. A Virtual Rider is someone who supports the PMC’s mission by fundraising. Virtual Riders have no fundraising commitment and have access to all PMC fundraising tools. As a Virtual Rider, you can ride your own long-distance route, log miles over time, or never get on a bike. As a Virtual Rider, you make a difference because you are committed to raising funds to cure cancer.

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