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Key Things to Know about An Honor Ride

Individual Registration Information
Individual registration can be done through
RaceIt (raceit.com).  You also have the option to purchase Ride 2 Recovery products and make an additional donation during the registration process.  A confirmation page will be sent upon registration.

Team Registration Information
On many of our rides, we offer special discounts for teams of 5 or more that participate in an Honor Ride Series event. Creating a team is a great opportunity for team building, employee health and wellness, and the support of a charitable cause.

A team can also provide your company or group with visibility in the community and the team can earn prizes through increased fundraising.
 
How do I sign-up for a Team?
To start a team, TEAM CAPTAINS should go to
RaceIt and CREATE A TEAM. Once the team has been created, please advise your team members to REGISTER and JOIN your TEAM.

How do I Join a Team?
Go to
RaceIt and choose “JOIN AN EXISTING TEAM”.  Follow the instructions and you are set!!

How do I fundraise for an Honor Ride?
While there is no minimum fundraising amount to ride, we hope you will entertain the option to raise additional funds to support Ride 2 Recovery programs; corporations are encouraged to match employee fundraising efforts. 
 
Once you register for an Honor Ride, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to set-up your personal fundraising page.   Once set-up, your friends and family can donate to your page, and you can send out updates on your progress and connect with people through social media. 
 
If you have not signed-up for a ride but want to fundraise, click here, and you can set-up a personal fundraising page with the proceeds going to Ride 2 Recovery. 
 
Can I fundraise and combine the dollars with my teammates I am riding with?
You can set-up a fundraising page for your team.  When your team captain sets-up your team for registration and receives the link to set-up a fundraising page, they can set it up as a team and all of the team members can join.  Team set-up can be find in the right navigation bar on the fundraising set-up page.  For more information, email honorrideinfo@ride2recovery.com or call 1-818-888-7091, ext. 106.
 
How do I qualify for fundraising prizes?
We have both individual and team fundraising prizes as well as an overall top fundraiser prize(s) for the year.
 
Individual Fundraising:
Silver = $150 minimum = XX2i Optics Racing Glasses
Gold = $250 minimum = Ride 2 Recovery Jersey
Platinum = $500 minimum = Ride 2 Recovery Jersey and Hoodie
 
 
Team Fundraising Prizes:
The team that raises the most dollars by 10 pm the evening before each ride (one team per city) will receive a cool custom t-shirt for each team member and a discount card for any purchase at Bike Nashbar.  Top team must reach a combined minimum of $1000 to be eligible.
 
Other:
What other team prizes can we win?
The team that has the most registered (and paid) riders (with a minimum of 10 registrants) by 10 pm the evening before each ride (one team per city) will also receive a custom tee for each team member.
 
Questions on Fundraising
Should you have any questions, please email honorrideinfo@ride2recovery.com or call 818-888-7091, ext 106

 

 

 




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