Being in The Ride For Missing Children Albany is a challenging, rewarding and humbling experience.


The Ride for Missing Children Albany is not a one-day event, a mission to promote awareness is ongoing.


The Ride For Missing Children Albany is a 100-mile bicycle ride throughout the Capital District.


Friday September 20, 2019
Registration for 2019 is not yet open

We will again ride 100-miles around the Greater Capital District Region in which we will visit local elementary schools to bring our message of child safety and abduction prevention.

The route for The Ride in 2019 will begin and end at the Guilderland YMCA and will include stops at Voorheesville Elementary, Hamagrael Elementary, Guilderland Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Forts Ferry Elementary and Pine Bush Day Care.

We ride 100-miles in one day, as one long unified team of Riders, riding 2 x 2 escorted by The New York State Police and local law enforcement of the jurisdictions through which we ride. The Ride stops at schools for educational Rest Stops, with “Silent Tributes” to missing children, recovered children, and fallen officers along the way.


To participate as a Rider, you must be willing and capable of making several commitments.

Each rider is responsible for submitting a pledge log noting contributions totaling at least $300 regardless of age, occupation or scholastic status. The donations cannot be split among riders.

New Riders are required to attend 3 orientation rides in order to qualify for Ride Day. Returning Riders and Reciprocal Riders are required to attend 1 orientation ride in order to qualify.

We will post any cancellations on our facebook page, so please check ouron the morning of the orientation rides to make sure there is a ride.