In an effort to raise $800,000 toward a world free of MS, 900 cyclists will ride up to 200 miles over two days during the Bike MS: Colonial Crossroads event on June 2 and 3. Hosted by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Bike MS: Colonial Crossroads features several route location and length options for cyclists, with two-day rides from Richmond and Smithfield beginning on June 2, and a one-day, 33-mile ride beginning and ending on June 2 in Williamsburg.
“Bike MS is an experience grounded in camaraderie that brings together cyclists of all levels for one reason—to create a world free of MS,” shared Sherri Ellis, president of the National MS Society of Virginia and West Virginia. “Funds raised from this event support cutting-edge MS research as well as programs and services for people living with MS in this community.”
Bike MS: Colonial Crossroads will have a Richmond start/finish at Varina High School in Henrico, a Smithfield start/finish at Windsor Castle Park in Smithfield and a Williamsburg start/finish at DoubleTree by Hilton in Williamsburg.
Volunteer and participate by visiting here.