20th Annual Cycle for Life is a scenic 25, 50, or 80-mile bike ride through picturesque Middlesex County, around Walden Pond and other historic landmarks. The beautiful grounds of the John H. Pierce House, a 116-year-old Georgian Mansion surrounded by rolling lawns and idyllic scenery will serve as the start and finish line and post-event festival site. There will be activities and a BBQ for children, families and friends to enjoy at the John H. Pierce House during and after the ride. Not a cyclist? Register for the 5K Fun Run and help raise important funds for the Cancer Centers at Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children.
Join as a team or an individual on Saturday, June 11, and ride or run in support of the many faces of cancer.
Proceeds from Cycle for Life benefit the Cancer Centers at Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children. Since the event’s inception, Cycle for Life has raised over $2.0 million to benefit the mission to make life as close to normal as possible for our patients. Cancer affects every age and demographic and it is our goal to help all of these patients in need.
To learn more about Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for children, visit tuftsmedicalcenter.org.