5th Annual Cycle4Alz

Brevard County's Premier Charity Ride
Sunday, February 24, 2019
100-Mile, 63-Mile, 10-Mile Rides
THANK YOU RIDERS AND SPONSORS
Over 200 Riders!!! Complete Success!!!

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About the Event

The Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation is pleased to host the Fifth Annual Cycle For Alzheimer’s (Cycle4Alz). The event is 100% volunteer-run by the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation employees, partner organizations, and their families & friends. The event is for riders of all ages and skill levels. We encourage you to check out the “About Us” page to learn more about the incredible work the organization does for our community.

The event will feature 3 routes: 

  • 62 Mile (Metric Century) (7 AM Start)
  • 100 Mile (Century) (7 AM Start)
  • 10 Mile Family Fun Ride for Gerlinde (8 AM Start)

The event will feature fully stocked Rest Stops, SAG Support on the Century and Half Century, Snacks provided before the ride and lunch after at the finish line.

There will be a custom draw-string swag bag provided for the first 200 participants. An Event Jersey will be available to purchase, please order early.

Race Packet Pickup
Friday, February 22nd
8:00am – 5:00pm

Race Packets can also be picked up day of event.

Those participants who placed jersey orders prior to the January 15th cutoff will be notified when they arrive and can be picked up.

There will be another order placed after the event for those who missed the cutoff.

Event Day Registration will begin at 6:15am.

Parking will be at the ENSCO Building. (East side of Wickham Road, one block North of The Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation)

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Rider Registration (With Fundrasing)

Century Ride

with Fundraising
$20.00

$100 Fundraising Minimum

Ride for Gerlinde (10 Mile)

with Fundrasing
$10.00

$100 Fundraising Minimum

Rider Registration (No Fundrasing Required)

Century Ride

No Fundraising Required
$30.00

Ride for Gerlinde (10 Mile)

No Fundraising Required
$15.00
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The Routes

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Sponsors

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The Cause

What does Alzheimer’s have to do with me?

Alzheimer’s disease is the disease that you don’t think about until it affects you, or someone you know, personally. It’s the “scary” disease with no cure.  The disease that no one wants to talk about.  It’s just too frightening to think about.  If we did, we would have to imagine someone we love who is now a stranger, even to themselves.  Not only a stranger, but someone completely incapable of taking care of themselves at some point in the disease progression.  Completely incapable of the everyday things we take for granted.  What if you forgot how to brush your teeth?  The brush is completely foreign- you, literally, have no idea what it is used for.  Someone you love patiently explains it to you and teaches you to use it, but just a few short moments after, it’s forgotten until you do this same dance tomorrow.

One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. One in three!  Alzheimer’s disease kills more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined.  Between 2000 and 2015, deaths from heart disease have decreased 11%, while deaths from Alzheimer’s disease have increased 123%!

So, chances are, at some point in your life, you will be touched by Alzheimer’s in one way or another. A family member, a friend, a coworker.  Every 65 seconds someone in the US develops Alzheimer’s disease.  It has become the 6th leading cause of death in the United States.

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For More Information

Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation, Inc.

Tiffani Anderson, Event Coordinator

(321) 253-4430 ext. 105

Email Tiffani

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