The Summer Breeze Ride for Autism is a well supported bike ride that offers a Century Ride (100 miles), a 62 mile (100k) route, a 50 mile route, or gentle 22 and 15 mile routes for newer cyclists.The Southern Connecticut Cycle Club and the Madison Jaycees are teaming up to bring you the Summer Breeze Ride for Autism.
Registration fees are $35 per rider. We also require each rider to raise an additional $40 in contributions by the day of the event. But please don't stop there, you can raise more and earn awards for your team while support our charities.
The website provides tools for your team to reach out to friends, family and co-workers for donations to support your effort. Prizes will be awarded to the teams which reach various fundraising benchmarks.
You enter the Summer Breeze Ride for Autism entirely at your own risk and Charity beneficiaries and organizers shall not be liable for any injury or loss, which you may suffer or incur as a result of your participation in this event. If you are unsure of your physical ability to take part, you should take medical advice from a general practitioner prior to the event. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically fit to participate and it is extremely important that you are realistic and truthful about your capabilities and level of experience.
To receive one of our guaranteed places in the bike ride, you must pay a non-refundable registration fee prior to the start of the ride and receive a confirmation from Summer Breeze Ride for Autism website (www.summerbreezeride.com) that spaces are available.
The registration fee is refundable only if the event is cancelled. The registration fee will not be refunded if you withdraw for any other reason. If you withdraw, you must contact Mike Cohen at P: (203) 314-5710 or E: SummerBreeze@ctcycle.org your earliest convenience. If you do have to withdraw, and have already paid the registration fee and started raising sponsorship money, the proceeds for the entry fee and funds raised will go to the Charities you have designated as your beneficiaries.