This Saturday 3/17, there will be a bike ride from Stone Brewing to support the Richmond Cycling Corps. There will be lots of bicyclists in the area. The ride will begin about 9 AM and cyclists will be returning anywhere from 11 am into the afternoon. Please use extra caution and look out for bicyclists. Thank you!
It keeps getting bigger…and better…
On March 17th, for the seventh straight year, Richmond Cycling Corps and GroundForce IT will team up to bring you the ride (and after-party) that is guaranteed to cure the winter blues! New this year, we have partnered with Stone Brewing- meaning the after-party includes Richmond’s tastiest beer! Included in your ticket will be a beer and food from Mean Bird (vegetarian option available)!
The BEST part is that this is the easiest and most fun way possible to support RVA’s award-winning, groundbreaking Richmond Cycling Corps! Richmond Cycling Corps is a comprehensive outreach organization that combines endurance cycling, tough love, trauma-informed mentorship, and unwavering support towards Richmond’s most marginalized high school youth.
This is a great time, and all of it exists to power the nation’s premier and most unique inner-city competitive youth cycling program. Ride your bike, enjoy the fellowship, and congratulate yourself on being a part of the coolest (but hopefully not coldest) way to make your city a better place. Richmond Cycling Corps empowers youth to break the cycle of poverty, and by joining us, you will help make that possible.
We need your help raising $10,000 to give youth living in public housing big opportunities. With your help, we can absolutely surpass this goal. Day-of registration opens at 9 a.m. and the rides will begin at 10 a.m.! Tell your friends!
We look forward to riding with you.
The Routes are below. Fees start at $40.
What is the Richmond Cycling Corps?
Richmond Cycling Corps is an opportunity-rich outreach program which uses the sport of cycling as a lever for deep and impactful change. We empower youth in public housing to break free from the cycle of systemic poverty. For this momentous undertaking, we employ a hands-on system of case-management attached to a spectrum of mentors, resources, counseling, high standards, and tough love