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Date(s) - 05/13/2023

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Revolution Ride, Roll & Stroll

The Revolution Ride, Roll and Stroll bicycle and walk/roll fundraiser, Santa Rosa

Posted By ASJ Staff

The Revolution Ride, Roll & Stroll is a truly unique event that brings together able-bodied & disabled riders to raise funds for sports, fitness and recreation programs for kids and adults with disabilities. An all-day inspiring experience.

Alternatively, you can sign up as a virtual participant and raise funds by completing a personal activity challenge wherever you want. A streaming Virtual REV event takes place on event day for participants who choose to have a day of online fitness fun.

At the in-person event in Santa Rosa, once participants have completed their route, they are invited to enjoy a wonderful festival featuring gourmet food, wine and beer, lawn games and other fun. The festival takes place in a beautiful garden space at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Rosa.

The Routes

The Revolution offers beautiful, enjoyable routes suitable for everyone. Walk or roll for a few miles along a paved path by a creek. Cycle for up to 10 miles on a family-friendly cycle path. Or take a longer 30 or 45-mile ride through Sonoma County Wine Country. 

Multiple bicylists riding on an open road
 

Up to 10 miles on a bike path
An out-and-back ride that includes plentiful shade and runs beside a creek. Go as far as 10 miles, but you choose your goal. Begins at 11am.

 

Two bike riders in a recumbent bike on an open road
 

Up to 10 miles walk, roll or stroll

Enjoy a scenic, pedestrian-friendly path. Go as far as 10 miles, but you choose your goal. Begins at 11am.Multiple bicylists riding on an open road

 

30-Mile Ride
Ride through rolling hills to Sebastapol and the charming one-block town of Graton. Return through farmland and vineyards. Cyclists should have experience riding on roads with traffic. Begins at 9:30am.

Two bike riders in a recumbent bike on an open road
45/40-Mile Ride

Ride through Sebastapol to Occidental then take a challenging 5-mile loop through the redwoods, before a scenic return past apple orchards and vineyards. Or avoid the 5-mile loop of challenging climb on Coleman Valley Road and head directly back towards the hotel after reaching the Occidental Rest Stop; this makes the ride 40 miles. Cyclists taking this route should have experience on roads with traffic. Begins at 8:30am.

Virtual Option
Can’t make it to our live event but still want to participate? Choose your own activity goal–cycling, hiking, running, climbing, or other activity of your choosing. There will be an event-day Virtual REV with online fitness classes for those who’d like to be a part of REV-day fun. Ask friends to sponsor you and help raise funds for BORP.

BORP is  a comprehensive menu of adaptive sports & recreation programs serving people in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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