From Philadelphia, PA to Washington DC! September 27–29, 2013, over 200 riders will take part in this exclusive event raising funds to ensure no young woman faces breast cancer alone. YSC Tour de Pink is more than just a ride; it’s a rolling community. Are you ready to ride? Support young women? Be inspired? Join us today!
This year we will start the ride from Thousand Oaks and finish in southern, CA October 18–20, 2013, YSC Tour de Pink will ride in Southern California along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway. Join YSC Tour de Pink West Coast, riding 3 days with a dedicated group ensuring young women feel supported, empowered and hopeful. Are you looking for an intimate, impactful way to support young women with breast cancer? Register today!
At Atlanta’s only bike ride for breast cancer, participants enjoy the opportunity to ride from 1 to 100 miles in the northern suburbs on Saturday, Sept 28, 2013. This year promises to be bigger and better, from short family rides and a survivor loop to professionally designed routes for the more expert cyclist. Following the ride, cyclists and spectators will have a chance to mingle and explore our expo area, showcasing local services, vendors, food, entertainment and family fun.
Tour de Pink indoor is a team relay ride over a two-hour period. Instructors and music will keep the atmosphere fun and exciting! Don’t ride? Don’t worry! Whether you have never been on a bike or are a die-hard cyclist, this event is for you. You can work as hard (or as little) as you want. Are you ready to ride? Support young women? Be inspired? Don’t miss out on being a part of this unique event! Check back soon for more details on how you can host your own indoor event.
Who says you need to ride hundreds of miles to be a part of a powerful community fighting breast cancer in young women? You don’t even need to go outside! Be a virtual rider and join YSC Tour de Pink. You pick the location, you pick the miles, you pick when you ride and you raise funds to help ensure no young woman faces breast cancer alone. It really is that easy!