7 Fall Charity Bike Rides
Lt. Governor Casey Cagle's Charity RideFlowery Branch, Georgia - October 20 1 of 8
This ride has five different distances and supports the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Cagle's Greater Purpose Charity which provides scholarships for deserving youth from single-parent homes to attend summer athletic camps.
Wheel Works Breast Cancer Awareness RideWinter Garden, Florida - October 27 2 of 8
Consisting of a 10-mile family ride, a 30-mile trail ride and a 60-mile road ride, all proceeds from this event benefit the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer & Research Institute.
Wallis 6 Independence RideWallis, Texas - November 3 3 of 8
Benefiting the injured veterans of the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, many wounded veterans will take part as well as 700 able-bodied cyclists. Routes of 12, 23, 44 and 65 miles are offered.
Anderson University Ride for ResearchAnderson, South Carolina - November 3 4 of 8
Half of the proceeds from this inaugural ride will benefit the Anderson University Center for Cancer Research, and the other half will go to the Cancer Association of America. Rides of 16, 30 and 60 miles are planned, and cancer survivors will line the beginning of the route as a show of gratitude.
Alzheimer's ChallengeManchester, Tennessee - November 3, 2012 5 of 8
This scenic ride starts and finishes at Old Stone Fort benefits the Alzheimer's Association, and a post-ride barbecue is planned next to Old Stone's waterfalls in Manchester.
Bike 4 MikeDel Mar, California - November 4 6 of 8
Starting at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, distances of 10, 25 and 50 miles take riders up the San Diego County coast. Stationary spin bikes are also an option. Riders have a minimum fundraising requirement with all proceeds going toward ALS research.
The Green RideMiami, Florida - November 18 7 of 8
This ride benefits the Green Mobility Network, a nonprofit that works to make the streets of Miami more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly. Participants are encouraged to wear green and sign up for either the 40- or 70-mile route.