PMC Dover-Sherborn Kids Ride
We are excited to hold our fourth annual PMC Kids Ride to raise money for the Jimmy Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Kids, get on your bikes and help us get closer by the mile in the fight to cure cancer right here in the heart of cycling country!
Celebrate a successful ride with a party at the finish line with music, games, food and a fantastic raffle!
Riders choose to ride one of three routes:
- Tot Ride (ages 3-6): A fun-filled course on the Middle School campus for little bikers.
- Donnelly Estates Ride (ages 6-10): Ride this 3.5 mile loop as many times as you want in an hour.
- Farm Pond Road Challenge (ages 10-14): Fully chaperoned, off-campus 10 mile circuit from Middle School around scenic Farm Pond and back. This route gives older children a fun ride with a few challenging hills!
For more information on the Ride and particular routes - Click here for details in our FAQs.
Register online by clicking Register to Ride on the right. Then start raising money and spreading the word.
PMC Kids Riders are fundraising superstars!
*Fundraising minimums: Tots: $50; Donnelly Estates and Farm Pond Riders: $100; Families of 3 or more children: $200. Fundraising minimums are due by Check-In. We expect full registration and don't want to turn away children who are eager and willing to fundraise for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Each child raising $250 or more qualifies as a Heavy Hitter and receives special recognition and gifts.
Adults and teens 14+, can you help? Click on Register to Volunteer at right to lend a hand.
Get your rider number, wristband, tee shirt, and water bottle at Check-In on Saturday, May 18th, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at the Dover Town Library in the Community Room. If you're absolutely unable to check in on Saturday, check in Sunday 8:00-8:30 a.m. at the ride.
Riders may bring cash and check contributions (made payable to PMC) to Check-In on Saturday or Sunday. Better yet, have your donors contribute for your ride online (which saves the PMC processing costs) by clicking on the egift button at the top of the website page.
Day of Ride: Parents of riders will be directed to park at the parking lot adjacent to the tennis courts. Adult volunteers will park in the lot adjacent to the Tennis Courts. Riders please plan to be parked no later than 8:30 a.m. You will be directed to bring your bikes to your designated starting line. Riders line up at the Start at 8:45 a.m. Opening ceremonies begin promptlyat 9:00 a.m.
Questions? Click here for our FAQs. If you have further questions, contact Elizabeth Freeman at ERFreeman1@gmail.com or Judy Epstein at JSEpstein@comcast.net