Charity Cycling Event

November 8, 2015 - Brevard County, Florida

About the inaugural cycling event

On November 2nd, 2014, over 100 riders ascended on the Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation in Melbourne on a chilly, windy November morning for the highly successful inaugural Cycle4Alz event.

Check out Facebook for lots of pictures of the event. Click Here

The Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation is pleased to host the Cycle For Alzheimer's (Cycle4Alz). The event is 100% volunteer-run by the Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation employees, partner organizations, and their families & friends. The event is for riders of all ages and skill levels. We encourage you to check out the "About Us" page to learn more about the incredible work the organization does for our community.

The event will feature 3 routes:

  • 10 Mile Family Fun Ride (8 AM Start)

  • 65 Mile (Metric Century) (7 AM Start)

  • 100 Mile (Century) (7 AM Start)

The event will feature fully stocked Rest Stops, SAG Support on the Century and Metric Century, Snacks provided before the ride and Lunch after at our Melbourne facility. There will be a Ride T-Shirt provided to all participants that use Early Bird registration and a limited amount of shirts will be available on a first come basis for registration after the Early Rird registration date. An Event Jersey form will be available before and after the event and orders will be taken the day of the event.

Helmets are required and all bicycle and traffic laws must be obeyed at all times. There will be Police support at selected areas along the routes.

Cycle4Alz is proudly part of the regional Cycle Across America CAAM Event Challenge.

The CAAM Event Series Challenge is a unique national series of cycling events presented by Cycling Across America that highlights specific events in each state or region which encourages and rewards cyclists with an incentive program based on the number of series events they participate in throughout their state and nationwide. Learn More

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