Bike MS: Los Angeles Coastal Challenge 2021
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At the National MS Society, our top priority is — and always will be — the health and well-being of the MS community. COVID-19 has made a significant disruption to our world. And while it was our intent to return to in person rides, we have made the difficult decision to pivot once again and no longer come together in person for Bike MS: Los Angeles Coastal Challenge this year.
Instead, we will be celebrating Bike MS: Los Angeles Coastal Challenge virtually on May 15 and we want you to be a part of it:
- Download the Bike MS mobile app. There will be activity challenges and a fundraising contest, and we don’t want you to miss it.
- Join our Facebook Event Page. We will have a “photo” scavenger hunt. Most scenic route, highest elevation, cheers with a Left Hand beer, best kept LA secret, and more will be awarded at our post event awards party!
If you’re still interested in riding in person, we invite you to join your California Bike MS family at Bike MS: Waves to Wine in San Francisco, September 18, or Bike MS: Bay to Bay in San Diego, in October. Once you’ve met your $350 fundraising minimum, contact us to transfer your registration. There is no additional fee to ride!
While this news is disappointing, your fundraising ensures our incredible progress and momentum toward a cure continues with force. We must continue to meet the needs of our community, so we encourage you to keep doing whatever it takes to move our mission forward.
Get ready for the ride of a lifetime
May 15, 2021
A community of riders dedicated to changing the world for people with MS one pedal stroke at a time. Feel the extraordinary support and excitement throughout your journey as we come together to reach our goal—a world free of MS.
We are continuously evaluating experiences to comply with guidance from the CDC, state, city and other local agencies. We will continue to update the website with the latest event details. Please see our Bike Safety and COVID-19 page to learn more about our current safety requirements and protocols.