You could dump a bucket of water on your head, or ride your bike. We think we know which fudraising activity you’d rather do.
Ride to Remember is a lovingly created ride that honors the life of Teresa Wilson Beiser, a woman who lost her live at the hands of her abusive husband. The ride raises support for Clackamas County Womne’s Services.
Though there is no mandatory fundraising in the registration cost, through we recommend add in some extra bucks for this important organization.
Ride to Remember on September 20 honors Teresa’s zeal for life the best way possible: with a bike ride through some of her favorite riding region in Oregon. You’ll ride through the beautiful roads of Canby, Mollala and Butteville on routes of 40, 60 or 75 miles. There’s even a 6.5 family ride that’s perfect for young kids new to supported rides.
The ride features generous support, a catered lunch, well marked courses, well stocked stops and mechanical support, just in case.
– Kick off Breakfast 6:30am – 10am
– Lunch catered by 808 Grinds which was voted one of Portland’s Best Food Carts
– Foam Slip N’ Slide as part of the finish line fun (bring a towel)
– Beer provided by Deschutes Brewery.
– Live music by the Ted Vaughn Band
An Important Cause
Ride to Remember benefits Clackamas Women’s Services, an organization that has safely sheltered over 7,000 women and children. The shelters represent something that many of its residents have not experienced for a very long time – a home that is safe and welcoming, a place of refuge not fear.