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U'ilani Fund Ohana Ride for Breast Cancer 2017

Saturday, October 21, 2017
Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab 100 Shaffer Rd Santa CruzCA  95060
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab 100 Shaffer Rd Santa CruzCA  95060
Cycling-45-Mile - Individual Non-Competitive
$125.00
in 3 hours $150.00
Cycling-45-Mile - Individual Age group Youth under 18
$100.00
in 3 hours $125.00
Other-Fundraising Only - Individual Other
$0.00

About This Activity

Join us on Saturday, October 21, 2017 for the U'ilani Fund Ohana Ride for Breast Cancer 2017 and help support The U'ilani Fund and complementary care for those with breast cancer.

This is our 8th annual Cal-Hawaiian style cycling tour that will take participants along the Central Coast of California. The route begins with a loop North to Davenport and then takes you through Santa Cruz along West Cliff Drive to points South, including Capitola. You may wish to customize the ride for a shorter or more challenging option at your discretion, and we'll be happy to supply guidance if asked. Your ride concludes with a celebratory luau at The Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab that features fabulous Hawaiian food and entertainment, awards for top fundraisers and a chance to hear more about the work of The U'ilani Fund and complementary care support for those with breast cancer.  

Learn more about The U'ilani Fund at theuilanifund.org.

Register by August 20 to enjoy the already low adult registration fee of $100 (fee increases to $125 on August 21 and $150 on September 21). 

Although not required, fundraising instructions will be included with each participant's confirmation email. NEW THIS YEAR: Each fundraiser who reaches at least $200 in donations (registration fee not included) receives an event t-shirt!

 

Event details and schedule

9:00 am at the Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab, 100 Shaffer Rd, UCSC, Santa Cruz

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Map & Direction

Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab 100 Shaffer Rd Santa CruzCA  95060
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