10th Annual Cycle the Seacoast
Join the American Lung Association for the 10th Anniversary of the annual Cycle the Seacoast on Sunday, May 5th, 2019! Cycle the Seacoast is a one-day, multi-route cycling event that is both challenging and fun for serious athletes to weekend warriors with kids in tow. With 25, 50 or 100-mile options to choose from, there is something for everyone as you enjoy the water views along the historic Seacoast in New Hampshire. For more information, visit: www.biketreknewengland.org or call: 207-624-0312.
VOLUNTEER WITH US! We are always looking for volunteers to help us support the Cycle the Seacoast. We have many volunteer opportunities available. Please contact Melissa at (207) 624-0306 or Melissa.Walden@Lung.org for more information.
Money raised helps fund the American Lung Association in New Hampshire's work to improve lung health and prevent lung disease through efforts such as lung cancer research, improving the air we breathe so it does not cause or worsen lung disease, and reducing the burden of lung disease on individuals and families suffering from asthma and COPD.
LOCATION: 35 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH (Cisco Brewers Portsmouth)
ROUTE OPTIONS: 25, 50 or 100 miles
AGE LIMIT: Ages 7 years and older.
DAY OF EVENT DETAILS:
Start times are staggered depending on the route of your choice. Cyclists that arrive late for their scheduled route start time will automatically be bumped to the next departing route.
100 mile start: 7:00am
50 mile start: 8:00am
25 mile start: 9:00am
FEES & FUNDRAISING:
Registration Fee: $35 (non-refundable & non-transferable)
Day of Event Registration Fee: $45 (plus fundraising minimum paid in full)
Fundraising Minimum: $200 per person ($100 for ages 7 - 17), $400 for Family of 4 (2 Adults/2 Children)
***Note***Age Limit is 7 years and up. Children between the ages of 7 - 12 must ride a tandem or tag-a-long bike with an adult guardian. All children under the age of 18 must have an adult guardian with them at all times on the route. Child and guardian are both required to meet the fundraising minimum.