Online registration is now closed. Day-of registration will be available.
Rider: $50 registration donation, plus $500 fundraising commitment
Student/Renegade/Military Rider: $25 registration donation, plus $250 fundraising commitment
Click here for your 2018 Rider Guide.
Go the distance with a 12-,30-,60-, or 100-mile ride and put cancer behind us. The fully supported ride includes well-stocked rest stops and mobile support, as well as a lively festival with food and entertainment.
Various start times on Saturday, May 19 at the Orange County Great Park. Routes are subject to change.
- 12-mile Ride: 8:30 a.m. https://www.strava.com/routes/13031020
- 30-mile Ride: 8:00 a.m. https://www.strava.com/routes/13031068
- 60-mile Ride: 7:00 a.m. https://www.strava.com/routes/13030994
- 100-mile Ride: 6:00 a.m. https://www.strava.com/routes/13030928
Click here to see the Challenge day schedule.
Riders receive an official Anti-Cancer Challenge riding jersey, T-shirt, drawstring bag, medal, entry to the VIP lounge for two on Challenge Weekend, and complimentary lunch. Want even more? Check out our Top Fundraiser Club.
Check out the your perks:
Riders who want to be included in the King/Queen of the Mountain need to join the UCI Anti-Cancer Challenge STRAVA Group and then utilize STRAVA during the ride. The segment begins at the bottom of Pacific Island Drive (PID) and finishes at the peak. The KOM/QOM will be awarded to the fastest male and female participant on the PID climb segment. The event staff will review the Anti-Chancer Challenge Group after the ride and look for the fastest PID Climb segments. Only the 66 mile and the 100 mile routes are eligible for the KOM/QOM.