The Experience


Are you ready to join an amazing community cycling to #ENDALZ? On Saturday, June 1st, you will hop on your bike with hundreds of other riders and head out on one of three scenic routes – 100, 62, and 30 miles – cycling along the beautiful coast of New Hampshire and through picturesque Massachusetts towns and woodlands. 

While you’re out on the route, we’ll have you covered with rest stops every 15-20 miles supplied with water, Gatorade, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, snacks, and cheering volunteers to fuel you to the finish line! In addition, SAG vehicles will be out on all routes for the duration of the ride, including medical support, mechanical support, and police escorts. 

At the end of your Ride, you’ll be greeted by even more cheering volunteers who will welcome you to our fun filled post-Ride celebration on the beach where you will enjoy live music, barbeque, ice cold beer, and the company of fellow riders! Register today and join us for a New England summer weekend on the beach! 

To get an idea of all that happens during Ride week, check out the Ride Guide from our 2023 event. The 2024 Ride Guide will be available closer to Ride day!

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Early Bird Packet Pick Up
Wednesday, May 29 from 5:00-8:00pm
Alzheimer's Association MA/NH Office (new address!)
320 Nevada Street, Newton, MA 02460
Beat the lines on Ride weekend by picking up your bib number and jersey at our office!

Kickoff Reception & Packet Pick Up
Friday, May 31 from 6:00-8:00pm
Best Western Plus Portsmouth Hotel and Suites
580 US Highway 1 Bypass Interstate Traffic Circle, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Meet up with fellow riders for a casual reception with our friends at Chill Catering and pick up your bib number and jersey too!

100 miles: 7:00am
62 miles: 9:00am
30 miles: 11:00am

Post-Ride Celebration: 12:30-4:30pm
Mission Impact Awards: 2:30-2:50pm

*Please plan to arrive 1 hour prior to your start time to allow for parking, picking up your bib number and jersey (if needed), double checking your bike, filling up water bottles, eating breakfast, and queuing up at the start line! Our starting line program will start 15 minutes prior to each route's start time. You cannot start your route later than 10 minutes after the start!


If you aren’t able to make it to Hampton Beach for Ride day, we encourage you to register as a virtual rider and join fellow virtual riders across the country and beyond! Ride any distance on any path, trail, or on the roads in your neighborhood! Ride 100, 62, or 30 miles (indoors or outside!) to match our traditional in-person routes. If those distances are too much or too little, create your own challenge - the road is endless! 

We will be with you every pedal of the way to support your training, fundraising efforts, and to cheer you on throughout the month of June! Every dollar you raise and every mile you ride moves us closer to the first survivor! 

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Register Today!


90% of the funds raised go toward the Association's efforts to discover methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer's and other dementias.