EXHALE FALL CHARITY RIDE
A FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
A great fall adventure for racers, riders, and families. Cycling to support Juvenile Diabetes Research set against the backdrop of fall colors in scenic Metamora.
ABOUT THE RIDE
The 12th Annual JDRF Exhale Fall Charity Ride is a dirt road and paved road cycling event that travels through scenic Metamora, Michigan. The event is a fundraiser to raise awareness and donations supporting Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Since its inception, the Exhale Ride has donated 100% of all proceeds to JDRF. Riders4Research and Team o2 have received JDRF Achievement Awards annually for their fundraising efforts.
As always, the goal of the JDRF Exhale Ride is to seek donations and raise awareness for juvenile diabetes. All donations are greatly appreciated and Riders4Research thanks you for your support.
YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN 2 WAYS
JOIN THE RIDE
Register in advance online or in person at least 30 minutes prior to ride. First 25 riders to pre-register online get a free Riders4Research t-shirt.
SPONSOR A RIDER
Riders and non-riders alike are encouraged to donate to a great cause. All donations are appreciated.
$25 suggested donation. Kids age 12 and under ride free.
In addition to donating online, you can send checks made out to JDRF to:
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Attn: Pam Wilcox
1106 East 11 Mile Rd
Royal Oak, MI
Historic White Horse Inn
1 East High Street (Dryden Road)
Metamora, MI 48455
Directions From Detroit Area
North on Lapeer Rd. (M-24) to W. Dryden Rd. Go east. It becomes High Street.
All dirt road rides start
at 10:30 AM
•40-mile loop *Challenging
for those who want to go the distance
for those who’d like to see the sights
•5-mile casual loop
for kids of all ages
Note – helmets are mandatory
All proceeds benefit JDRF
Contact Pam Wilcox to purchase
Riders4Research is a union of riders, racers and passionate people who reach beyond their own personal goals to give a “little something” back. Not only do we ride great distances on our bicycles; we are also going great lengths to inspire others to reach out and do what is necessary for those who need our help. This is what bonds us in the cycling community and builds strength, character and good will towards others.
We encourage new cyclists and motivate experienced riders by organizing rides and events, sharing experiences, building friendships and supporting our community.
For information, visit www.riders4research.com
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (JDRF) is the leading charitable funder and advocate of type 1 (juvenile) diabetes research worldwide. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. Diabetes costs Michigan residents an additional $3.5 billion a year in lost productivity due to premature death, disability and illness.
(Source: The Metro Detroit & Southeast Michigan Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) – www.jdrfdetroit.org)
For information, visit www.jdrf.org