Bikers helping Pediatric Brain Tumor patients with virtual ride challenges

Although COVID-19 has changed the world around us, the needs of children and teens battling the deadliest childhood cancer have not changed. 

Since 1991, bikers from across the country have joined with HONDA to raise money and lift the spirits of families of children with brain tumors with the Annual Ride For Kids. Together, they have provided a thriving community of support to tens of thousands of kids across the United States and helped the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation fund more than $45.7 million in research, accelerating the path to a cure.  

The Covid-19 Pandemic has caused many of the rides to be cancelled. Bikers across America can still help by selecting a virtual challenge!


Choose one of the ride challenges below to hit the road and #RideforKids anywhere around the world now through August 30.

13 Rides for 13 kids - Each day 13 families will hear that their child has a brain tumor. Commit to 13 rides in honor of the 13 kids who will be diagnosed today.

Everyday Hero - Suit up with a superhero costume (it can be homemade!) and pledge to wear it on your rides! SHARE THOSE PHOTOS TOO!

Ride 4,600 miles - Over 4,600 kids are diagnosed each year with a brain tumor. Pledge to ride a mile and raise $1 for each of them.

Honor 8 Ride - Commit to an 8 hour ride for the caregiver that give their all to care for the kids.

Ride Every Day - Cancer never stops. Ride everyday through August 30 and share your daily rides on social media.

Custom Challenge - Create your own challenge!

Click here to get registered!

You can also join in the Virtual Opening Ceremony this Sunday

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