It was a difficult decision. Please see our statement here.

All of the funds raised by The Recovery Ride will be distributed to our beneficiary partners, as usual, after April 19, 2020. We will post the results of the distribution on our website after that date.
Yes! We encourage everyone to continue fundraising until April 19th. Our beneficiaries and partner teams are still working hard to raise funds for local non-profit organizations, and we hope you can continue to help us support them.

We are planning a day full of live-streaming, raffles, and a fun-filled schedule so we hope you join us on our website on April 19th! We want to encourage all of our participants to help us celebrate the teams, volunteers, sponsors, and beneficiaries. We’ve all poured a lot of love and hard work into The Recovery Ride and we want to make the best of the situation!

As we are a charity bike event, we do not normally offer refunds of any kind. Please see our refund policy here.

All registered riders will get an event t-shirt. We will be mailing t-shirts directly to your address and you will receive them prior to our Virtual Event on April 19th.

Yes, we are still sending our fundraisers the incentives they have earned/will earn, and will continue to send out incentives until April 19th.

Because of the current uncertainty and difficulty securing future event space, we made the difficult decision to cancel the event instead of postpone it for later this year.
Unfortunately, due to the cancellation of the event we will no longer have musical performances, a post-ride festival, etc. We are, however, working on some exciting ideas for our digital event…We’ll keep in touch.
We encourage you to fundraise and be a part of the cause, and join us on April 19th for our virtual fundraising event. The ride is only part of what we do, and the money each team and individual raises goes directly to our beneficiaries.

No, there’s no fundraising minimum for The Recovery Ride. Your participation is part of our mission to raise awareness and get our hearts in gear.

However, fundraising is an essential part of this event, and all the money raised by riders goes directly to one of our beneficiaries. Plus, there are really cool fundraising incentives!

$100 – high-quality long-lasting all-cotton event t-shirt

$400 – your choice of a branded tote bag or embroidered beanie

$1000 – lightweight fleece pullover

Of course not! Our riders come from all parts of the community. Some are or have a family member in recovery, some have been affected or helped by a beneficiary, some just like to cycle with cool peeps. We’re open to all, and welcome you.

The Recovery Ride is a supported ride – that means we will have ride marshals on each of the ride lengths to assist you if you have any mechanical problems like a flat tire, etc. There are three rest stops with snacks, water and electrolyte beverages to keep you hydrated and entertained. And we will have several support vehicles should you need to be picked up and dropped back off at the festival for some reason. You will never be the last rider on The Recovery Ride, as we have a ‘sweep’ or ‘caboose’ rider on each ride to make sure everyone’s accounted for!

Yes, we think so and we’re here to support you.

The 12 mile ride is the “fun ride” and is a leisurely, flat ride that has one rest stop in Imperial Beach. You set your own pace and take your time. Estimate: 1-2 hour ride.

The 25 mile ride is up and back on the Strand with a loop through IB. This ride is also flat, and a healthy challenge for cyclists wanting a few more miles. Estimate: 2-3 hour ride. 

The 40 mile ride is the most challenging, but c’mon … you can do it! It has some fun climbs (not too tough), some rolling hills, and winds through some beautiful country. Estimate: 3-5 hour ride. 

Click the button in the top right hand corner – this will lead you to our registration page at join.therecoveryride.org