Reid's Run Connecticut
May
12
8:00 AM08:00

Reid's Run Connecticut

SAVE THE DATE!!

Location: Winding Trails, 50 Winding Trails Drive, Farmington, CT
Course: 5K route through wooded trail system 

Schedule:

8:00 am - Race Day Registration & Athlete Check-in

9:00 am - 5K Trail Run/Walk Begins

10:15 am - Awards and Recognition Ceremony

Reid’s Run supports the Reid R. Sacco Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. This amazing Program gives patients, ages 15-40, unique access to advanced treatments not available at adult hospitals.

Your participation in the 5K and fundraising challenge will support the AYA Cancer Program, providing necessary funding for our research team to find new treatments, and someday a cure, our young adults are depending on.

Come experience the pristine woods of Winding Trails with your friends and family while enjoying music, refreshments and awards. All-terrain strollers are welcome for the run and walk.

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14th Annual Reid's Ride
Jul
15
7:00 AM07:00

14th Annual Reid's Ride

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Details About the 14th Annual Reid's Ride

When:  Sunday, July 15, 2018 (7am-Noon), Rain or Shine.

What:  28-mile Bicycling Ride through six Massachusetts north shore towns, to raise money to fight adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancers.

Where:  Starts at the parking lot at Lynnfield High School (275 Essex St, Lynnfield), and ends at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester (Hough Street), where riders are greeted with food, refreshments, music and prizes.

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13th Annual Reid's Ride
Jul
16
7:00 AM07:00

13th Annual Reid's Ride

Reid’s Ride is held each year on the third Sunday in July.  Cyclists begin gathering for check-in around 6:45 AM in the parking lot at Lynnfield High School and begin departing between 7:15 and 7:30 AM on bicycle ride that travels along a scenic and varied route of town and country and seaside roads to Gloucester’s Stage Fort Park for food, music, fun and festivities. The 28 mile open-road route is supported by technical and emergency chase teams, water stations, and a rest stop.

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