Form a Team!!!
Congratulations to Last Year's Top 5 Fundraising Teams!!:
- Iron Strong Team from Marshfield: $10,415
- Team Elena from Whitman: $ 8,618
- Team Emily from Hingham: $ 4,508
- Crusaders Against Cancer, St. Paul's School, Hingham: $ 3,263
- Team Su Escuela, Hingham: $ 2,620
Congratulations to Last Year's Top Fundraising Individuals!!:
- Emily Taylor from Hingham: $2,140
- William Ebbs from Hingham: $1,824
- Elena Monteiro from Whitman: $1,418
- Eric Byrne from Hingham: $1,360
5 Route Options:
1. Tykes Yellow Loop: Easy flat loop in parking lot next to the Visitors Center for the youngest riders on tricycles, bicycles with training wheels, and Balance Bikes (bicycles without pedals). A parent is required to remain at that Loop and supervise their rider from the side of the Loop.
2. 1-mile Green Loop: A 1-mile paved loop.Ride it once or ride it several times! Volunteers on bikes and on foot supervise the riders. NO training wheels will be allowed on this loop!
3. 4-mile Blue Loop: A 4-mile paved loop. Ride it multiple times for a bigger challenge! Volunteers on bikes and on foot supervise the riders. NO training wheels will be allowed on this loop!
4. 3-mile Orange Loop: A 3-mile unpaved loop on mountain bike trail in the park for the novice mountain biker. Requires a mountain bike with 24” wheels or smaller.Ride twice if time permits. Plan to meet your child at a pre-designated spot, to avoid confusion. Led by members of the S.E. Chapter of the N.E. Mountain Bike Association (SEMASS@nemba.org) and Friends of Wompatuck (friendsofwompatuck.org). Volunteers on bikes supervise the riders.
5. 6-mile Purple Teen Loop: A 6-mile unpaved loop on mountain bike trails in the park for the experienced mountain biker. For ages 13-18. A mountain bike with 24”wheels or larger is required.This loop can only be done once. Plan to meet your child at a pre-designated spot, to avoid confusion. Led by members of the S.E. Chapter of the N.E. Mountain Bike Association (SEMASS@nemba.org) and Friends of Wompatuck (friendsofwompatuck.org). Volunteers on bikes supervise the riders.
There are lots of volunteer opportunities available for those ages 14 and up.
Please consider volunteering! We could not hold this event without our valued volunteers! Please visit our volunteer registration page to see all available positions and to register. We can always use volunteers…especially as Route Guides and Bike Marshals to help us direct riders around the loops. Here’s your chance to be in the action – and to wear a cool Volunteer T-shirt. Click here to Register to Volunteer, or use the button on the right. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Pedal Partner program is a wonderful way for riders to connect with a child who has been affected by cancer. Our Pedal Partner is truly the face of our Ride.
Our newest Pedal Partner is Julian from Quincy:
Julian is a 2.5 year old from Quincy, Massachusetts. He
loves puppies, M&Ms, playing with his older brother Eli and playing with cars
and trucks. In November of 2014, just after his first birthday, Julian was
diagnosed with Hepatoblastoma, pediatric liver cancer. After an attempted tumor
resection and 8 rounds of chemotherapy, he was listed for a liver transplant,
which he received in May 2015. He finished his cancer treatments in July 2015,
and although he will always receive follow-up for his transplant, he is doing
well. He is now able to be an active and happy toddler who enjoys life to the
Some of our other Pedal Partners are:
Poppy from Marshfield:
Poppy is a sweet, engaging four-year-old with a fantastic sense of humor! She lives in Marshfield with her dad, mom, little sister Hazel, and her dog Penny. Poppy was diagnosed with retinoblastoma (a tumor on her retina) at the age of 4 months. With the timely diagnosis and treatment, Poppy was considered to be in remission before her first birthday. She continues to see her opthalmologist, Dr. Ankoor Shah, every six months for an exam under anesthesia to ensure that there isn't any tumor regrowth. Throughout all of her treatments and followup exams, Poppy has never lost her happy-go-lucky disposition! With each subsequent office exam, Poppy's vision continues to improve.