On Sunday, Sept. 17, Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is holding its sixth Annual Ride for Homes bike ride and welcomes new riders of all ages and levels to join in the fun.
All riders will start and finish at the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum in Bourne and have the option of riding a 40-mile scenic route to Woods Hole and back, a 20-mile route from the Aptuxcet Trading Post Museum along the Cape Cod Canal and around Mashnee Island, or a 12-mile route along the Cape Canal.
Following the Ride, stay for a complimentary BBQ with beverages, an ice cream truck, games, music, and prizes. Riders who raise more than $500 by Sept. 12 will be entered to win a Yeti Tundra cooler.
The registration fee for riders is $25, with a fundraising minimum of $300.
In 2022, 89 riders raised over $82,000 to help the organization bridge that funding gap. Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod’s work depends on the generosity of the Cape Cod community.
To learn more about the Ride for Homes or to register, visit www.habitatcapecod.org and click the Events tab.
Ride for Homes sponsors to date include Shepley Wood Products, SV Design, Hutker Architects, J.M. O’Reilly, Santa Fe Warehouse, Seamen’s Bank, The Valle Group, Cape Cod 5, O’Hara Motors, Lawrence Lynch, Cape Cod Insulation, Rogers & Marney, Cape Cod Life Publications, Jack in the Beanstalk, Sea Sports Cyclery & Outdoor.
Now in its 35th year, Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is an award-winning lead developer of energy-efficient, solar-equipped, affordable homes. Recently completing their 170th home, with 14 homes currently under volunteer construction in Chatham, Sandwich and Falmouth. Local families help build their homes alongside volunteers, purchase their homes, and pay an affordable mortgage. Habitat homes are deed restricted to remain affordable in perpetuity.
Learn more about Habitat at HabitatCapeCod.org