Ride to End ALZ
 

RIDE TO END ALZ Texas

October 11, 2020

STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

The Alzheimer's Association is closely monitoring developments related to COVID-19. Our top priorities are the health and safety of our participants, volunteers, staff and constituents.

Ride to End ALZ is currently moving forward as planned. Updates will be provided as CDC guidelines and recommendations evolve. For specific inquiries, please contact ride@alz.org.

$29,336.03 RAISED
GOAL $250,000
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GOAL $250,000

135 Days until the Ride

Your Experience

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RIDE WEEKEND SCHEDULE

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7:00 AM start

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ROUTES

4 routes available for riders of all skill levels!

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VIP RESEARCH DINNER

October 10

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2020 Ride - Austin, TX

Texas Hill Country

WEEKEND GETAWAY

One of the most vibrant and diverse cities in the land, Austin has boundless outdoor, food and nightlife options (we hope you like live music!), not to mention pristine cycling in the nearby Hill Country. Beautiful rolling hills, streams, diverse vegetation and Texas Longhorns are just a few highlights on the Ride to End ALZ route.

The Ride itself might only take you a few hours on Sunday, but we’ve made this a turn-key weekend getaway for you, even if you are local.  Stay in our host hotel in San Marcos to be close to the ride start site and join us for a fun packet pickup with a special perk on Saturday..  Take in a few wineries and distilleries Saturday and then bring a friend or date to the VIP dinner at Camp Lucy on Saturday night under the stars in the Vineyard!  

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See also: Route Maps, VIP Dinner, Ride Schedule, Packet Pickup, Travel Planner

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

Not sure? Get more information from one of our people.

100% Goes to
Research

Right now, there is no shortage of ideas in Alzheimer’s research — only dollars. But you can help change that. 100% of the funds you raise will go toward the Association’s efforts to discover methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer's and other dementias.


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