Why we ride
In 1976, the five-year survival rate for childhood cancer was 20%. Thanks to the efforts of groups like the MACC Fund, today the survival rate is 80%. Since 1990, the Trek 100 has contributed over $15.3 million to the MACC Fund.
Every year we gather to not only take on America’s best century ride but also ride for hope in support of the MACC Fund and the fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders.
This year, the Trek 100 is a ride-from-home event—and you can participate wherever you are. Roll out from home on your favorite ride. We may not be riding together in 2020, but together we can make a difference.
To help encourage participation and more pledges going directly to the MACC Fund, we’ve reduced the registration fee on all distances to $25.
Register before July 22nd to receive a customized number plate, custom frame sticker, and a shirt! Register after July 22nd to receive a number plate and shirt!
Register to Ride
|Route||Before August 22nd||Fundraising Minimum||Total|
|Any distance you'd like!||$25||$100||How big can you go?|
All fundraising due on day of ride — August 22, 2020
|$250||$25 Gift Card|
|$500||$50 Gift Card|
|$1000||Century Club Membership, $100 Gift Card, Trek 100 Jersey|
|$2500||Century Club Membership, $250 Gift Card, Trek 100 Jersey|
|$5000||Century Club Membership, $500 Gift Card, Trek 100 Jersey|
|$10,000||Century Club Membership, $1000 Gift Card, Trek 100 Jersey|
All fundraising due on the day of the ride - August 22nd