Monarch School of New England Charity Bike RideSeptember 8, 2018 in Rochester, New Hampshire 1 of 6
Every dollar raised in this 4-, 15- or 25-mile bike ride goes to the Monarch School of New England, a day school serving children with significant physical, medical, developmental, behavioral and emotional disabilities. And, for every $150 you raise over the minimum of $250, you'll receive a raffle ticket to win a Fat Bike from Philbricks Sports.
Emmitt Smith Gran FondoSeptember 22, 2018 in Frisco, Texas 2 of 6
While Gran Fondos are famous for their leisurely pace and upbeat social atmosphere, this ride's $10,000 prize could bring out your inner Chris Froome. But if you're seeking a mellower experience, this ride still offers multiple distances and a family fun ride. Proceeds benefit the Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities.
Share the Road RideSeptember 29, 2018 in Simi Valley, California 3 of 6
Providing riders a fantastic combo of climbing, scenic vistas and long flats, the Share the Road Ride offers a near perfect 62 miles to end your cycling season. The ride, which includes several distances to choose from, also gives cyclists a chance to honor fellow riders who've lost their lives participating in the sport they love.
Entergy Bike the Big EasyOctober 13, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana 4 of 6
If you're a cyclist agitated by local two-wheel travel policy, this ride should be right up your alley. This sweet little trip through some of New Orleans' most famous landmarks supports Bike Easy, which advocates for the vision of making cycling an integral part of New Orleans with local government agencies.
The Ride for Missing ChildrenJune 7, 2019 in Syracuse, New York 5 of 6
Not only does this ride require each participant to raise $300 to benefit the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, but riders also actively partake in charity work during the 100-mile outing. Organizers arrange rest stops at schools along the route where cyclists participate in education programs. Charity is more than just money, after all, it's doing.