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Martha's Vineyard - Pedal For PSC
Tour Location
Country:
USA
From:
Martha's Vineyard
To:
Martha's Vineyard
Tour Information
Guiding:
Guided
Support:
Vehicle Support, Luggage Transfer, Maps or GPS
Duration:
3 days
Level:
Moderate
Terrain:
On Road, Flat
Bike Options:
Bike included
Tour Language:
English
Tour Type:
Charity
Cost From:
USD 2200
Tour Distance & Dates
Riding Days:
3
Month(s):
Sep
Tour Operator:
Great Freedom Adventures
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Martha's Vineyard - Pedal For PSC

3 Days Moderate

Pedal for PSC, a three-day charity bike event to benefit PSC Partners Seeking a Cure, is open to the public and will be held September 25-27, 2015 on Martha's Vineyard. The event includes a warm-up ride on the first day, a 100k (62 mi) or 50k (31 mi) charity challenge ride on the second day, and a finale ride on the third day. Riders choosing the longer challenge distance will circumnavigate the entire island. This is a group ride and will not include timing. There is a $2,200 per person fundraising minimum. Travel costs to and from the event are out-of-pocket. Please see the Details page for more information.
• Train, fundraise and participate in the three-day bike event to raise much-needed funds for PSC research!
• Act as an ambassador to raise awareness of PSC
• Ride alongside PSC patients and their families in a show of support
• Travel by ferry to and from the island
• Enjoy a pre-ride energy-fueling dinner and a post-ride celebratory dinner
• Stay at a historic inn in the heart of Edgartown, an old whaling port
• Choose the 100k or 50k bike challenge
• View several lighthouses including the Gay Head Light
• See the red cliffs at Aquinnah
• View the colorful gingerbread cottages at Oak Bluffs
• Celebrate the successful completion of the challenge – funds raised, miles biked, awareness raised, support given and new friends made!
Accommodation
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Available
Inclusions
• Two nights lodging at The Kelley House, Edgartown
• Two dinners
• Two breakfasts
• One lunch on the day of the challenge
• Snacks and drinks during the challenge
• Use of a Great Freedom Adventures bicycle if needed and while supplies last
• Guides and support staff
• Vehicle and mechanical support
• Luggage transport to and from ferry docks
• Cycling maps and cue sheets
Options
The daily mileage for the first and last days are low, while the challenge day offers a 100k or 50k route. The 100k is easily attainable.
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