Come out to prepare for the MS150 on these fun, supported rides throughout the region
Bike Easy is proud to once again host a series of Recommended Rides to help people get ready to participate in the National MS Society’s Bike MS: Dat’s How We Roll 2017.
Through our partnership with the National MS Society, Bike Easy is offering a FREE Membership to all registered MS150 riders! Along with supporting Bike Easy’s education and advocacy work, you’ll receive the benefits of a Bike Easy Member, including special insurance coverage for you and your bike on the MS150 Recommended Rides hosted by Bike Easy this summer. Simply enter the code on this form and fill out the information to claim your free Bike Easy MS150 Membership. You can get your free membership code from your team captain or NMSS MS150 ride organizers.
Bike MS: Dat’s How We Roll is a two-day cycling event that covers 150 miles through the beautiful countryside of Louisiana and Mississippi. This journey to create a world free of multiple sclerosis begins at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana and rides 75 miles north to Percy Quin State Park in McComb, Mississippi. Participants overnight in McComb before heading back to Hammond on Day 2.
You can learn more about the main ride on October 7-8 and register here.
Since riding 150 miles over two days is a challenge, Bike Easy works with the National MS Society Louisiana Chapter and cycling clubs in southeastern Louisiana to provide supported rides throughout the region to help you prepare! All of Bike Easy’s MS Recommended Rides are supported by SAG vehicles, have food & drink rest stops provided by local cycling clubs, and follow marked routes. They roll every Sunday (except Labor Day weekend) from July 16th until the big ride! Mark your calendars now, and more details on each ride will be available soon.
Sunday, July 16 – Lakeshore Drive Recommended Ride: 22 Miles
Sunday, July 23 – Lakeshore Drive Recommended Ride: 30 Miles
Sunday, July 30 – Baton Rouge Recommended Ride: 38 Miles
Sunday, August 6 – Thibodaux Recommended Ride: 42 Miles
Sunday, August 13 – Madisonville Recommended Ride: 41 Miles
Sunday, August 20 – Covington Recommended Ride: 44 Miles
Sunday, August 27 – Covington Recommended Ride: 48 Miles
Sunday, September 10 – Covington Recommended Ride: 51 Miles
There are also some rides organized by friends that require separate registration:
Sunday, September 10 – Tour de Jefferson by Jefferson Chamber of Commerce
Saturday, September 16 – Tour de Tangi by Hammond Kiwanis
Sunday, September 24 – CCC Century by Crescent City Cyclists
Saturday, September 30 – Fall in the Felicianas by the Baton Rouge Bike Club
Sunday, October 1 – Pulling for Guerrero by Nomambo
We look forward to seeing you out there riding for a great cause!