Ride to End ALZ

RIDE TO END ALZ South Carolina

July 14-16, 2023

The Best Bicycling Event for Charity!

The Ride to End ALZ is a cycling event for a range of riders, whether you’re a novice cyclist or avid enthusiast. Select a distance between 10-100 miles that pushes you to earn a medal you will cherish. With each mile, participants will fuel cutting-edge research targeted to change the trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease.

GOAL $1,000,000
GOAL $1,000,000

289 Days until the Ride
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2023 Ride to End ALZ - South Carolina


For 14 years, Ride to End ALZ South Carolina (formerly A Ride to Remember) has established itself as the best-supported, most impactful summer cycling weekend of the year. Cyclists take a three-day, scenic ride across South Carolina, all to raise funds and awareness for the research, care and support efforts of the Alzheimer's Association®.

Along the 255-mile route, we take care of all of the details. All meals are provided, along with luggage transportation and discounted rates on nightly lodging. Rest Stops staffed by our amazing volunteers offer hydration and snacks every 10-15 miles along each day’s route. And, when you’ve crossed the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston and finished your remarkable three-day journey, we celebrate in a big way at the finish line and at a dinner in the Charleston area.

We invite you to take part in this first-class event. You will join a passionate cycling community united in the vision of a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. And, you will make life-long friends and find a camaraderie that will leave a lasting impact. So join us in the fight to #ENDALZ by registering today!

Learn more: The Routes | The Experience | FAQ | Volunteer

There are a couple of ways you can be involved with our mission:

Questions about the Ride to End ALZ South Carolina?
Contact Jerry Chapman, Director
ridesc@alz.org | 864-305-1080


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