REGISTRATION

Join us for this humbling experience.

RIDERS

Our Rochester Ride family, on a mission.

ROUTE

A 50-100 mile bike ride in Monroe County.

BENEFACTORS

Thank you to our generous sponsors.

19TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR MISSING CHILDREN ROCHESTER

Friday May 17, 2019
Total Sports Experience

The Ride for Missing Children is a unique and wonderful experience! You’ll be riding 2 x 2 as a unified team of bicyclists for 50 -100 miles, escorted by the NYS Police and local law enforcement of the jurisdictions along our route. The Ride stops at schools along the way for educational rest stops. We engage with the students bringing our message of child safety and abduction prevention and there is often a presentation at each school. For others, we Ride by while the students cheers us on. Before the Ride we reach out to schools that may or may not be along the Ride route with educational and awareness programs. This way we reach hundreds of schools throughout the year, each year.

View photos from previous Rochester rides

RIDER RESPONSIBILITY

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

Rochester Ride For Missing Children Rider Commitments

  • Raise a minimum of $300 to support our prevention education programs. If you recruit a NEW rider, you both pledge only $250 each. Wonderful incentive prizes for pledges over $400 will be available this year! All pledges must be in by May 15th. Please use this donation log for off-line donations.RFMC 2019-Donation-Log
    To learn how to  set up your fundraising page on ImAthlete, click here:Create your Fundraising Page
  • Help NCMEC in our mission in promoting awareness of the plight of all missing and exploited children and the need for child safety    and abduction prevention education.
  • Participate in, train for, and ride in the 50 -100 mile Ride for Missing Children at a pace of 15 – 17 mph (on the flats).
  • If you are “new” to the Ride for Missing Children, you must complete a minimum of 2 Orientation Rides to be certified to ride.The goal of the orientation rides is to learn how to ride together in a large group over a long distance at a uniform pace. All Riders are encouraged to make at least one ride so that we can train as a group. Endurance training should be done on the riders own time. Click here to view the 2019 Orientation Ride Schedule: Orientation-Ride-Schedule 4-9

Click here to view sponsorship levels: ROC RFMC 2019 Sponsorship

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