JOIN US MAY 15TH!

TWO WAYS TO PARTICIPATE


IN-PERSON

For those who are comfortable with attending in-person, we are taking special measures to ensure your safety in addition to following all CDC guidelines. These special COVID measures for this year consist of:

  • Rolling starts – no massed starts, each event will have a 30 minute period where people start as soon as they are ready
  • Mail options to receive race bibs, shirts, etc.
  • For this year, no entertainment, raffles or other attractions in the event area that could cause crowds
  • On-site registration more spread out
  • Event staff helping to make sure everyone stays CDC compliant with regard to distancing and sanitation


VIRTUAL

If you do not feel comfortable attending in-person, we are also providing virtual options for all four events.

The virtual event option can be done anytime, anywhere! When you are done, just upload your info and pics!


Registration is Now Open for the 2021 Amy’s RideRunWalk

EVENT OPTIONS FOR EVERYONE!

This unique event is incredibly family-friendly with a festival atmosphere and lots of options! Choose one of 4 events where you can register as an individual, join a team or create your own team and invite others to join!

(Please note: Amy’s Ride/Run/Walk will be complying with all Federal, State and Local CDC requirements and recommendations for this event for participant and staff safety)

5K Family Fun Walk (pet friendly!)

5K Timed Run – flat route, most of it along a paved park path (USATF Certified Course)

24 Mile Bike Ride – scenic, rolling rural route with one covered bridge

42 Mile Bike Ride – an extension of the 24 mile ride, but a little more challenging with an additional covered bridge, additional covered rest stop and two moderate climbs

With four event options, there’s something for everyone in the family, including “Fido”! Run prizes and medals for age categories and King & Queen of the Mountain for winners of the climb on the 42-mile bike ride.

Afterwards, stroll a few short blocks to take in the Upper Bucks County “Arts Alive!” festival in downtown historic Quakertown. This juried arts festival runs from 10-4 that day.

THANK YOU!

In 2019, we had more than 400 participants and more than 50 volunteers. Your support and contributions fund pancreatic cancer research and treatment and assist in working towards finding a cure for this deadly disease. Every little bit counts and nothing is too small or insignificant.
Due to all your backing, we donated over $200,000 in five years from this event for pancreatic cancer research and treatment.

JOIN US IN 2021! Together we can make an impact!

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