2019 Ride to Cure Diabetes

La Crosse, WI: August 8 – 11
Sonoma, CA: August 22-25 (sold out)
Saratoga Springs, NY: September 12 – 15
Amelia Island, FL: October 3 – 6
Death Valley, CA: October 17 – 20

The Breakthrough T1D Ride to Cure Diabetes is a destination cycling event that takes place in several locations across the United States. Cyclists of all skill levels come together to raise funds for Breakthrough T1D and to take part in a weekend-long celebration that leads up to the one-day Ride.

Join the Breakthrough T1D Ride Community

When you register, you’ll become a part of the Breakthrough T1D Ride family, a community of all ages, who return year after year to inspire each other and raise money for life-changing T1D research.

In addition to enjoying the comradery, registered riders who complete their fundraising will receive a commemorative Breakthrough T1D Ride jersey made by Hincapie Sportswear. Any T1D Rider can choose to receive a special T1D version of this jersey instead—and inspire us all as you cross the finish line!

The Breakthrough T1D Ride isn’t only a weekend of cycling–we’re a global community with an ongoing commitment to find a cure for T1D.  And through our Virtual Rider Program, you can still participate even if you are unable to make it to an actual Breakthrough T1D Ride location.

A Virtual Rider is anyone unable to participate in person at a 2019 Breakthrough T1D Ride location, but would like to still join in the Breakthrough T1D Ride community and commit to raising funds. As a Virtual Rider, there is no registration fee and no minimum fundraising requirement.

Breakthrough T1D is the leading global organization funding T1D research. We want a cure and we won’t stop until we make one a reality. Along the way, we will continue to support advances that make it safer and easier to live with this disease. By taking part in Breakthrough T1D Ride to Cure Diabetes, you’ll help us get there faster.

For more information on how to get involved with the local Arizona Chapter riders contact Joan Kaminski at 602-224-1815 or jkaminski@BreakthroughT1D.org  or visit www.ride.jdrf.org