In 2020 the Road to Victories program expands! Join an EPIC team of 20 cyclists on the challenging and scenic course through Oregon’s Willamette Valley, and past the famed Columbia River Gorge, over the course of a 6-day ride.
Due to COVID-19 the 1-day Ride with Discover Hudson Valley has been cancelled.
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Our 20-person team will ride up to 300+ miles over the course of six days, along the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, which separates Washington from Oregon. The R2V team then continues on through Oregon’s scenic and challenging Willamette Valley. Riders can choose from a variety of distances each day to take on the distance that challenges them. The MMRF will continue to work with Backroads, a company with an impeccable 40-year track record, so that safety, support and the ride itself are top notch, allowing our team members to focus on their personal mission and for the MMRF to create a powerful experience for the team.
This challenging and beautiful 1-day ride begins in Poughkeepsie, NY, approximately 75 miles outside of NYC. Now in its 10th year, this bucket list event is put on by BIKE NY, who have earned a reputation for staging some of the best 1-day distance rides in the North East. Pick your distance – 33, 55, 75, or 100 miles – and ride on quiet roads as you meander through farm land and climb challenging hills through Ulster and Dutchess Counties in NY’s bucolic Hudson Valley region.
2019 Took a team of 30 cyclists over 300 miles from Vermont, over the international border, and into Quebec. The challenging hills and high mileage pushed this team to their limits!
R2V Team members took on a 3-day, bike ride from through the English countryside to the villages on France, and finally along the Champs de Elyse to the finish line: The Eiffel Tower.
The 6-Day ride took R2V team on a beautiful, challenging 300 mile journey through Glacier National Park and on to Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park.
R2V team members were challenged to six days of epic riding through Utah’s Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park.
Seven cyclists, all with a direct connection to multiple myeloma, rode 3,400 miles from Manhattan Beach, California to Fairfield, Connecticut, to kick off the Road to Victories Program.
The cross-country riders were escorted on the first seven days of the ride by a group of 11 Road to Victories team members. This grueling 544 miles took riders from LA through the Mojave Desert and then up the mountains to Flagstaff, AZ.
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