About B Strong Ride

When: Saturday August 12, 2017

Where: Start-Finish: Celestial Seasonings, Boulder, Colorado

Benefits: Boulder Community Hospital Integrative Cancer Care (a complete year of cancer care) and the George Karl Foundation

B Strong is for:

  • Cyclists of all ages and abilities and
  • Not just cyclists. B Strong is a family event with outstanding food and entertainment throughout the day. During and after the ride, Celestial Seasonings will be open for tours and tastings. There are also two great museums within a mile: Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art and, Shelby American Collection.

Entry Fees (no fundraising requirement)

Adults: (69, 38 or 24-mile route): Registration $95

Under 18: (accompanied by a riding adult) and Students: (69, 38 or 24-mile route): $55 registration fee.

Mini B: Riders 10 & under. $10 registration fee. Mini B riders must be accompanied by an adult on site. (The adult need not be registered to ride.)

Participants receive: Fully-supported route option of their choice, B Strong t-shirt and post-ride celebration with food, drink and live musical entertainment.

Fundraising Incentives
Funds raised by B Strong Ride fund a full year of Integrative Cancer Care at Boulder Community Hospital and the George Karl Foundation. Perhaps incentive enough, but as a thank you to riders raising funds, we provide the following incentives:

Individual Fundraising

  • $250 - Invitation to special Pre-Ride Reception Friday August 11 with NBA Head Coach George Karl.
  • $500 - Pro-quality cycling jersey with outstanding B Strong Ride graphics
  • $1,000 Stainless steel thermal bottle / “coffee tumbler” set with B Strong Ride logos. This is much cooler than it sounds. Have a look!

Special incentive for top fundraiser: Trek Domane ALR 3 Road Bike from Bicycle Village!

Team Fundraising
We also encourage teams to fundraise together – both corporate sponsors and individuals teaming up to ride and raise funds in someone’s honor. The top fundraising team wins a Team Ride with Retired Pro Racer and Olympic Medalist, Ron Kiefel.