Registration is open for the 2020 Bikes Fight Poverty ride of 1Mission, scheduled to take place February 8-9, 2020.
Riders will start out from downtown Phoenix before riding through the Sonoran desert, across the Mexican border, and arrive in Puerto Peñasco the next day.
Each year, the Bikes Fight Poverty team works tirelessly to make the event a greater success than ever before. Founder and CEO Jason S. Law says, “We take pride in making this event the best-supported, most fun charity ride out there. But even more important, it’s truly making a difference for those in poverty.”
While the two-day ride is limited to 120 riders (those spots fill up quickly, so register soon!), for the second year in a row there will be a Virtual Ride, giving just about everyone the opportunity to be part of this incredible cause. Now you can make a difference without leaving your neighborhood or your gym!
Whether you’re an avid cyclist ready to take on the challenge of training to ride over 200 miles, or riding a few miles at a time is more your speed, now’s the time to make Bikes Fight Poverty part of your 2020 plans.
Got questions? Head over to the Bikes Fight Poverty page to get the scoop on everything you need to know.