Cancer Patient Care's 20th Annual Loreen Miller Bike Ride & Walk of Hope
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Presented by Cenex Zip Trip
Online registration is now closed. Walk-up registration is still available the day of the event. Please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of your ride to register and check in.
Build your team of at least five paid registrations and receive one free registration for yourself or another team-member! Click here for team information
Thank you to all of the participants, volunteers, sponsors, donors, supporters, and Cancer Patient Care Staff that make this event such a success!
Participants who raise $200 or more will receive the exclusive 2013 Loreen Miller Bike Jersey! (2012 Jersey pictured)
*Includes T-shirt, breakfast, and lunch
12-, 25-, 50-, or 100-mile Ride
Adults - $50
Youth - (12 & under) - $25
Family - (up to 2 adults and 3 youth) $120
3-Mile Ride or 5k Walk/Run
Adults - $25
Youth - (12 & under) - $10
Family - (up to 2 adults and 3 youth) $60
Children under 2 are FREE
Please check in at least 30 minutes
before the start of your ride or walk
6:00 am -– Hot breakfast and check-in begins
7:00 am —100 mile (Century) start
8:00 am —25 & 50 mile (Half-Century) start
9:00 am — 12 mile start
9:30 am –- 3 mile start (Family-Ride)
9:45 am — 5k Walk/Run start
10:30 am – Lunch, raffle, & entertainment begin
3:00 pm – Closing; course is cleared of all riders
Click here for maps: Century, Half Century, 25 Miles, 12 Miles, 3 Miles
The 100-mile route traverses the beautiful Peone Prairie and Greenbluff, and travels north to Elk with beautiful views of Mt. Spokane and the surrounding valley. The shorter rides (12, 25, and 50 miles) cover portions of the same route. The NEW 3-Mile Family Ride and 5k Walk/Run begin on a paved path from Mt. Spokane High School and travels through the nearby Eagle Crest neighborhood.
Several food stops are provided along the route for riders and walkers to rest and refuel along the way as they enjoy the picturesque country- side and spectacular views. The course will be patrolled by support vehicles and marshals stationed along the route for rider safety. The ride will take place rain or shine.
When you return to Mt. Spokane High School you will be treated to a fabulous lunch, entertainment, prizes, massage, and more to celebrate difference we are making in the fight against cancer!
Stay all day! Great raffles, music, and entertainment
Bring Dad! Celebrate Fathers' Day weekend by riding, walking, running, or volunteering for a great cause
Free photos for cancer survivors and Dads!
Trophy for biggest team & great prizes for top fundraisers!
Thank you to our 2013 sponsors!
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Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!