January 6, 2005 – On July 16-17, 2005 cyclists from across the country will come together to participate in the ninth annual Memory Ride for Alzheimer’s research. Only 200 riders can participate. To register please visit: http://www.memoryride.org/join_info.php. The two-day, 150-mile ride begins in Brattleboro, VT, sweeps across the tip of New Hampshire and finishes at Artesani Park in Brighton, MA, just outside of Boston. The course, designed by a professional cyclist, is physically challenging and visually exciting ride with travels across beautiful country roads, stunning mountains and parks at their summer peaks. One hundred percent of all funds raised through Memory Ride donations go directly to Alzheimer’s research.
Memory Ride is fully staffed with medical support personnel, support and gear (SAG) vehicles and crewmembers. Registration prior to June 1st is $75.00 and $100 on or after that date. Registration fees include all meals, indoor accommodations Saturday night, optional outdoor camping, showers and fully stocked pits.