NAVIGATION

Event Details:
Saturday, September 20, 2014

The 2014 Rodman Ride for Kids Cycling Event

Help children and young adults with autism, brain injury, and other special needs reach their potential by riding or supporting a rider in the 2014 Rodman Ride for Kids Cycling Event!


 

Many thanks to our Corporate Sponsors:










 




Join Team May!

By joining Team May, you will be one of over 1,000 cyclists biking a 25, 50, or 100-mile non-competitive course throughout southeastern Massachusetts on behalf of local charities that serve at-risk youth.
 
Riders must commit to raising a minimum of $1,500 to participate in this event. In exchange, riders will receive a complimentary rider jersey to wear on race day and will be able to participate in fun raffles and contests with other Team May riders. Every dollar you raise for May Institute will directly benefit our children’s programs in Massachusetts.
 
Registration is now closed but we still need your help.

Support Kids with Special Needs and our Riders

Please support our Massachusetts children’s programs by making a donation. Your gift will be matched by 10% from the Rodman Ride for Kids, a matching gift charity.
 
To make an online donation, click here!
 
You may also send a check to May Institute, Development Office, 41 Pacella Park Drive, Randolph, MA 02368.

Checks must be made out to “May Institute/Rodman Ride.” If you are making a donation to support a rider, please write their full name in the note field of the check.
 
May Institute also offers corporate sponsorship opportunities. If your company is interested in becoming a corporate sponsor, please contact Karyn at (781) 437-1247 or kvostok@mayinstitute.org.

Recap of Last Year’s Ride

 Last year, we were able to exceed our fundraising goal of $185,000 to support our children’s programs in Massachusetts through the efforts of our riders, donors, and corporate sponsors.
 
To meet a few of our riders from last year and hear why they rode, click here!
 
You can also visit our online photo album.