A RIDE FOR EVERYBODY
We welcome all types of riders to Everybody Rides. We feature a 1.6 & 10 mile trail ride great for the whole family or those new to cycling. This route also has a guided ride with a leader that leaves at 8:30 am. The NEW ADDITION FOR 2023 is the 1.6 Mile Trail Ride. This ride is perfect for those with training wheels, an adaptive bike or those that was to head to a child friendly rest stop with Face Painting (thanks to The Ivy Academy), bubbles, and Renaux Manor Park!
In addition to the trail ride we have a 29, 46 and 62 mile road ride for the more experienced rider. The unique feature of Everybody Rides is our routes allow you to add on more miles if you would like while riding. All you have to do is do an extra "loop" or two depending on how many miles you would like to ride!
NEW THIS YEAR - You spoke and we listened! The 29, 46 and 62 mile route will be reversed for 2023. The same beautiful route but the challenging hill will be in the beginning of your ride not the end like in years past.
As a reminder for for those new here, Everybody Rides is a fundraiser for Project Mobility. Project Mobility is a local nonprofit that provides the freedom of mobility to children, adults and wounded soldiers with disabilities through adaptive cycling.
Riding a bike may sound like such a simple activity but to those with mobility challenges (along with the hefty price tag of an adaptive bike) it makes it nearly impossible for them to enjoy the freedom of mobility without our help.
Adaptive bikes provide life changing mobility, strength, self-esteem and the ultimate freedom for children, adults and veterans with disabilities. Cycling restores the possibilities to those who are often told by society that their life is about limitations.
Please consider joining us on Sunday, June 11th to witness firsthand what we are all about at Project Mobility. Post ride we will have our Party in the Park with our Adaptive Bike Giveaway in addition to unlimited food, beer garden, live music, raffles and so much more!
You Have Many Different Options
6:00 am - 1:30 pm
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James O. Breen Park
St. Charles, IL 60175
1.6, 10, 29, 46, or 62 miles
T-shirt included with registrations by 5/23
Registration closes 6/10 at 5 pm
Opens back up 6/11 at Everybody Rides
Donuts & Coffee available when you arrive in the morning
Generously donated by Arcedium and Country Donuts
Access to Beer Garden - 2 beer tickets included in registration (21 & over)
Access to Everybody Rides Routes with Rest Stop(s) & SAG
*SAG & Rest Stop Closes at 12:00 pm
Live entertainment, raffles (additional fee) and of course our Adaptive Bike Giveaway Presentation
Official ER Bike Jersey
Tech 2.0 Cycling Jersey performance fabrics and features - $79
Available in Sport fit Men’s & Women’s or Club relax fit unisex - (XS - 2XL)
This jersey is Tailored Design with 2 different Performance fabrics - Lightweight & Flyweight:
Chest & Collar - Tech Fabric consist of Mini Cooling Compartments @ 135gsm: These are known as large channel evaporative aero cooling straws to push sweat to outer layer of fabric, providing superior wicking, breathable & cooling.
Back, Arms, & Side Panel - Tech Fabric consist of a Micro Pore Drain Mesh @ 120gsm: This Lightweight matrix pattern draws out moisture for optimal breathability & enhance exothermic cooling as you move.
Zipper Full Length - Autolock YKK Plus with Circle Puller.
PLUS 4th Rear Zipper security pocket.
Rear Cargo Pockets Standard - 3 Compartment. Extra storage and easy access.
Hem - Silicone Injected Gel Gripper (G) to keep jersey aero & from riding up
Please let us know if you need an adaptive or recumbent jersey. What is the difference? The placement of the pockets will be on the front of the jersey so you don’t squish everything in your back pocket. If you would like this for your order please email email@example.com
*There may be a slight change to jersey design
This is one of the few cycling events that my entire family can enjoy. As an endurance cyclist I routinely ride 50+ miles. My wife however isn't a strong cyclist. With the route selections and the shorted trail ride, it provides all of us the opportunity to do a ride that meets our skill levels. I did a longer ride and my wife did the 10 mile trail ride, finishing about the same time.