Bike MS is more than a ride. It’s an experience grounded in camaraderie and marked by passion, inspiration, determination and pure enjoyment. In addition, you’ll find the support we provide to be nothing short of remarkable. From food and drink to fuel everyone’s journey, to mechanical and medical assistance whenever needed, we’re all in it together. With volunteers cheering for your team along the way, the atmosphere couldn’t be more electric. It will be an experience you’ll never forget, shared with new friends and old.
Much more than the ride of a lifetime, with each pedal stroke you’ll be helping us reach our goal — a world free of MS.
Get started today! Click on one of our three Bike MS events below to register! Don't forget to tell your friends!
Be a part of Bike MS – and get ready for the ride of your life! The camaraderie, passion and memories that come from sharing this experience with other cyclists will stay with you for a lifetime. Help capture that memory with a new jersey! Our 2016 Bike MS Special Edition Jerseys are now on sale!
Quantities are limited and jerseys can be picked up at Packet Pick-Up for your ride or at the National MS Society Independence office location. *For Central Ohio Challenge riders, we'll have yours at Check-In the day of the event.
You do not need to be a Bike MS participant to purchase a jersey. Click here to ORDER YOURS TODAY!!
Starting at Owens Community College, cyclists pedal across Northwest Ohio riding 35, 50, 75, or 100 miles towards Port Clinton High School. 35 mile riders will end their journey at the Pemberville Lunch Stop, and will receive a bus ride back to the start/finish line on Saturday. 50, 75, and 100 mile riders will continue their journey to Port Clinton High School and will finish their day with dinner and overnight celebration at Catawba Island Brewery or a Jet Express ride to Put-In-Bay. On Sunday, two-day riders will have the option of riding 50, 75, or 100 miles back to Owens Community College where they will be greeted by family and friends who will join them for finish line festivities.
Bike MS: Bike to the Bay Volunteer Information:
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Now in its fourth year, this one day ride certainly lives up to its name. With 35, 50, and 100 mile options, riders take off Saturday morning and travel along sections of the scenic Big Darby Plains Ohio Byway. 100 mile riders travel through Bellefontaine which happens to be the highest point in Ohio. All riders finish back in Dublin where they will be treated to live music and a finish line lunch.
If you like including some rolling hills on your ride, this is the ride for you! You'll join more than 2,000 cyclists and navigate the back roads of Northeast Ohio in support of Buckeye Breakaway. The ride starts in Brunswick with riders traveling 30, 75 or 100 very scenic counry miles. Riders continuing on the two day ride will overnight at Ashland University where they will be provided dinner, leisure activities and an overnight party sponsored by Left Hand Brewery. On Sunday, riders will ride 75 miles back to Brunswick where many will be greeted by family and friends who will join them for finish line festivities.
Attn Buckeye Breakaway Team Captains! Team Village information is available!! Celebrate your team’s accomplishments by gathering riders, family, donors, and those who you ride in honor of under one tent to toast your team’s victory! Reserve your team’s tent today for the After-Ride Party & Team Village near the Finish Line on Saturday at Ashland University. Tent packages include tent, tables, & chairs OR you can select just a tent and provide your own furnishings. Reserve online or print this form. The deadline for tent reservations is June 30, 2016.