Ride For Roswell

“From the beginning, this has been about coming together to save lives from cancer. With the Summer of the Ride, we’ll have a lot of great ways we can do that despite everything that’s happened the past few months,” says Mitch Flynn, the founder of the Ride for Roswell. “At the end of the day, the Ride is about the people we ride for. Cancer doesn’t stop, and neither can we. We still need to fund new research and clinical trials. We still need to keep finding better treatments until we discover a cure. We still need to save lives. I can’t wait to see what we do together with these new Ride options this year as we fight to make those things happen.”

Today, the Ride for Roswell, presented by the West Herr Automotive Group, introduced the Summer of the Ride, a re-imagined event offering multiple riding options between August 1 and 21.

Ride with us: Small, physically distant rides will be planned for weekend days in August. On these dates, small groups will leave every 20 minutes from a variety of locations around Western New York. Location details will be announced in June.

Ride your own way: Participants ride any distance, any time and at any location between August 1 and 21. Riders can cycle around their neighborhoods, ride their favorite trails, stay at home on their trainers or do anything else that represents the Ride for Roswell to them.

With the current status of the Global Pandemic, the usual single-day format will be replaced with summer-long engagement opportunities offering many different ways for riders to participate, fundraise and connect with others. For more information on how you can participate, click here.