Welcome to PMC Kids Ride Sturbridge:
the original start of the PMC!
PMC Kids Ride Sturbridge - Sunday, May 22, 2016
8:00 AM – Registration
8:30 AM – Opening Ceremonies / Riders Start
10:00 AM – Raffles, Fun, Music and Food
Pre-Ride Event at Sturbridge Town Common
Saturday, May 21 from 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Come join us for some Pre-Ride fun and skip the line Sunday morning. On site registration will also be available. Stop by the card table and make a card for a child at Dana Farber, buy tickets for some awesome raffle prizes and sign our special gift for our Pedal Partners!
This route will loop all the way around Burgess Elementary and riders can go around as many times as they want – stop by the lap punch area, grab some water and a snack and head out again!
A shorter route looping inside the Burgess parking lot – a great route for those still on training wheels.
The mandatory fundraising amount
per rider is $25, but some kids raise a lot more than that! In fact,
riders who raise $250 or more will be honored as a PMC Kids Heavy Hitter, and riders who raise over $750 will be honored as a PMC Kids Breakaway Fundraiser. There are lots of ways to fundraise - here are some
Host a PMC Yard SalesLet us know your favorite fundraising ideas - we would love to hear about them!
Have a bake sale or a lemonade stand
Collect spare change
Write notes to family and friends asking for their support
Adults and teens ages 14+ can get involved too! Click on Register to Volunteer.
Why Ride with Us?
PMC Kids Rides give children the opportunity to experience the joy of volunteerism and charitable giving through physical fitness and community spirit. The PMC is the nation’s first fundraising bike-a-thon and today raises more money than any other athletic event in the country. Kids also have the option to raise funds in the name of a relative or friend fighting cancer or to dedicate their ride to a special person. Click on "fundraising" in the top menu to learn great ways to make a big difference!
100% of every rider-raised dollar goes directly to the Jimmy Fund.