The Boob Ride 2020 Registration is Open!

Register Now for Saturday April 25, 2020

Today is the official opening of The Boob Ride 2020 registration for both the Orange County ride and a San Diego ride! The ride will take place on Saturday April 25, 2020 and the legendary Last Mile Party will take place at the Tidewater Tavern.

The Orange County ride starts at the Irvine Amtrak station and continues down to Solana Beach. Riders can relax and enjoy the Last Mile Party and Awards ceremony while eating and drinking their fill.  After the event, the trucks bring the OC riders' bikes home and our OC cyclists will ride home on luxurious charter bus.

The San Diego ride starts near Fletcher's Cove and has three routes through San Diego County and finishes at the Tidewater Tavern in Solana Beach. Riders can relax and enjoy the Last Mile Party and Awards ceremony while eating and drinking their fill!

Why Is The Boob Ride Special?

While many charities are doing a great job raising funds for treatment and research, a significant amount of cancer patients are struggling with daily life things like getting to treatment, meal preparation, paying utilities, and general household demands. We focus on raising money to help them solve these challenges so they can focus on healing, in the last mile of their battle. By creating fun events, our supporters are engaged in the activity, and they are very happy that 100% of their fees go to the cause.

The registration fees are used to directly pay for costs associated with battling breast cancer. We have relationships with social workers in hospitals that qualify low income people that need assistance and we directly pay those costs. The types of things we pay for include: medical treatment, transportation, groceries, and other important things that will help win the battle against breast cancer. All funds stay within about 15 miles of the events.

 

 

 

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