Pedal Hilton Head Island is a non-competitive, multi-distance bicycling event for riders of all ages and abilities on the beautiful pathways, beaches, bridges roads and scenic parks on Hilton Head Island. It’s a fun-filled ride that brings together families, friends, co-workers and the biking community both on the Island and throughout the Southeast. Pedal Hilton Head Island is a fundraising event to support the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island. The event is great fun for all participants and supports a worthwhile cause. Register here.
Pedal Hilton Head Island in on Sunday, November 19th, 2017 starting and finishing at Coligny Plaza.
You can raise money and ride as an individual; ride as part of a team; be invited by family, friends or business associates to participate; or volunteer time to help with the ride. (link to fundraising page)Riders ask friends, family members, business associates and others to sponsor them by making a donation to help the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island where “Great Futures Start Here”.
Co-workers, family, friends, neighbors or local businesses are all great options to approach for sponsorships. Some people set as a goal getting about 10 sponsors. Many companies also sponsor their employees or provide matching gifts.
Pedal Hilton Head Island will take place rain or shine.
The rest area is just that, a rest, refreshments and communications stop. Participants have the opportunity to take a break, get a drink and have a snack. There will be several rest stops along the various routes.
All net proceeds of Pedal Hilton Head Island benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.
The Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island provides outstanding after-school, summer education and enrichment programs. Over 250 children and teens use the club daily, and for many of them, it serves as a point of stability and safety in their uncertain world.
Specifically, the club serves children from low-income families: 63% of Club Members (children) are from families living in poverty, 71% do not have health insurance, 54% live in single parent households and many do not have a home to call their own. By riding with us this September, you will enable the Club to continue to do impactful work for local children and teens.