Welcome to the 4th Easton PMC Kids Ride
April 29th, 2017
After a successful Easton PMC Kids Ride in 2016 that raised over $38,000 to benefit the Jimmy Fund which included 308 participants from Easton and surrounding towns, Easton prepares to have another successful ride on Saturday, April 29th. Bag pick up will be on Friday, April 28th at Parkview Elementary from 5-7 pm.
Join us for this exciting event to benefit the Jimmy Fund. These young participants will come together to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Center as we all work together as a community to find a Cure for CANCER. Students will raise funds toward cancer research and the work of the Jimmy Fund to support families going through cancer. The Easton PMC kids ride is a way for children to become involved in philanthropy and community activities at an early age while learning the valuable lesson of how good it feels to do something that benefits others.
NEW THIS YEAR, WE WILL HAVE A VIRTUAL RIDER CATEGORY FOR YOUNG RIDERS WHO WOULD STILL LIKE TO PARTICIPATE BUT CANNOT PHYSICALLY BE AT THE RIDE ON THE 29TH.
Minimum fundraising fee is $25. Registration fee is $10 if registered before April 17th! Any rider who registers between April 17-24th, registration fee will be increased to $20. After April 24th, registration will be closed and no walk on registrations will be accepted.
Preregistration is required for all routes and all participants must be registered by April 24th 2017
There will be 3 routes to chose, please be sure to register for the appropriate route as well as a Virtual Rider Category
Trekker Lot- A contained course in FRONT of Parkview in the front parking lot for anyone 5 years old and younger, and all those on tricycles, balance
bikes, scooters, big wheels, and those needing support with their training
wheels. Parents are allowed on this course to support their riders. ALL RIDERS WHO ARE 5 YEARS OLD AND YOUNGER MUST BE IN THIS LOT FOR SAFETY REASONS. PLEASE REGISTER THEM ACCORDINGLY TO HELP US HAVE A SAFE RIDE FOR ALL RIDERS.
Big Kid Loop- Older students on 2 wheels and 2 wheels with training wheels will ride up Spooner Street, taking a right through Middle School parking lot, circling around the lot and coming down Spooner Street, turning right into the drop off loop in front of Parkview and coming out of the front loop and going to the left back up Spooner towards the Middle School. They may repeat loop as many times in an hour as they like.Must be 6 years or older and only traditional bikes with wheels and pedals are allowed. Parents are not allowed on this course.
Advanced Loop- For older, more advanced riders, who will start in the same location as the big kid loop, but continue up the access road and take a left in between the middle school and R/O, and a left down the bike path, rejoining riders down Spooner St., and repeating as many times in an hour as they like. Parents are not allowed on this course.
Virtual Rider- This category is for riders who would still like to participate but cannot physically be at the ride. These riders may ride on their own time and at their own pace. They will still be held to a registration fee and minimum fundraising amount. These riders may also have a rider bag including T-shirt.
is no rain date. If weather is questionable; an update will be posted
online here. Participants and volunteers should also check their emails too.
PARK AT OLIVER AMES HIGH SCHOOL OR RICHARDSON OLMSTEAD SCHOOL AND WALK
OVER TO PARKVIEW. THERE WILL BE NO PARKING ON SPOONER ST, AT PARKVIEW OR
EASTON MIDDLE SCHOOL. The back lot at Parkview is open to volunteers to
park but it will not be accessible from about 830-1130 am.
will be great raffle prizes from Simpson Springs, YMCA-Easton- 3 month membership and program session, Village Toy Shop Creative Basket, The Jewelry Salon Gift Certificate, Leah Romig photography session, Pop Warner Football or Cheerleading Registration, Bath and
Body Works Kitchen Basket, LuLaRoe Fashion, Key to the World Travel Planner Christy McDonagh Vacation Fun Bag.
Station and get a
chance to do some face painting, tattoos, bike decorating, and card making for
current Jimmy Fund patients. Ride under the rainbow balloon arch. Visit alumni riders and volunteers from the
annual PMC ride that is held the first weekend in August to answer
questions about getting more involved in PMC. Riders may also sign a
large banner with names of those that they ride for and put a picture of
their loved on one this banner.
The Easton PMC Kids Ride is supported by
Pop Warner, The Jewelry Salon,
Key to the World Travel Planner Christy McDonagh,
Leah Romig Photography, LuLaRoe Jess and Leah,
Motorcycles of Manchester, Inc-Foxboro, New England Carpet and Flooring, LLC
YMCA- Easton branch, PA Narsasian Landscaping, Paquin and Company, general contractor, builder, and remodeler,
Psychological Associates of Southeastern MA, Simpson Springs,
Success Real Estate Deb Aufiero, Roche Brothers,
The 99 Restaurant- Easton,
The Village Toy Shop- Easton,
Westwood Mansfield Pediatrics, WROR