Riders give back through RAMROD!
More than $140,000 has been contributed to date.
RAMROD [Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day] is the Pacific Northwest’s premiere one-day ultra-marathon cycling event. Put on by the Redmond Cycling Club each July, it combines the incomparable scenery of Mount Rainier National Park with a challenging course for 800 riders, featuring 10,000 feet of climbing 168 miles.
The club gives riders an opportunity to give back to the park. When registering and again at the event’s packet pickup, riders are invited to donate to WNPF. In addition, a small number of tickets for the event are auctioned off, with 100% of those proceeds (less entry fee) going to the Fund. To date, more than $140,000 has been donated!
Read about RAMROD 2016 (Thursday, July 28th) on our blog, To The Parks!
To learn more, visit the Redmond Cycling Club’s RAMROD page.