The American Lung Association cycling events combine the opportunity to cruise through spectacular scenery while supporting the effort to save lives by raising funds and awareness for the purpose of improving lung health and preventing lung disease. They offer a unique close-up of some of the most picturesque roadways in the United States. Sign up early, as space is limited.
Please look below to find a cycling event near you.
- Cycle The Seacoast | Portsmouth, NH | May 3, 2020
The Cycle The Seacoast offers 25, 50 and 100 mile route options along the beautiful Seacoast of New Hampshire. Join us as we celebrate our 11th anniversary ride starting and ending in at Cisco Brewers Portsmouth.
- Clean Air Challenge | Talkeetna, AK | May 9, 2020
Choose your distance and your experience along with jaw-dropping views of Denali at this iconic weekend ride.
- Reach The Beach - Oregon | Portland, Newberg, Amity or Grand Ronde, Oregon | May 16, 2020
Explore Oregon by bike with 3,000 other cyclists! Reach The Beach is perfect as a personal challenge or to ride together with friends and family. Four great routes starting from Portland, Newberg, Amity or Grand Ronde riding to Pacific City.
- Fight For Air Ride | Crystal Lake, IL | June 12, 2020 - June 14, 2020
Cycle the rolling hills of northern Illinois and around the lakes of southern Wisconsin. Each participant will enjoy the beautiful scenery as they ride 150 miles in support of the American Lung Association. Ride for a personal achievement, a new cycling experience or to honor a loved one affected by lung disease.
- Trek Across Maine | Brunswick, ME | June 19, 2020
The Trek Across Maine is a multi-day, multi-route option cycling event celebrating its 36th anniversary in 2020. The Trek cycling route will have a start and finish line hosted at the Brunswick Landing with overnight stops at Bates College in Lewiston and Colby College in Waterville.
- Reach The Beach | Westport, WA | September 26, 2020
Both challenging and fun for serious athletes to the novice cyclist.
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