When: Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 at 8:30 AM
What: The Rosedale Ride is an annual charity bicycle ride with routes of 23, 42, and 62 miles and a children's fun ride of 2 miles.
Where: Begins and ends at Samsung Austin Semiconductor (see map)
Why: The Rosedale Ride raises money for the Rosedale Foundation, a (501-c3) non-profit organization, whose mission is to support the children of Rosedale School, AISD’s only school for children with multiple disabilities.
Online registration is now closed. You can register in person at Rosedale School (March 20, 10:00AM to 8:00PM) or at the Ride (March 22, starting at 6:30AM).
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Kick-Off Party and Silent Auction
On Thursday, March 20th evening from 5pm to 8pm, there will be live music and great free food at the Rosedale School (see map). Meet the students and people behind the ride. Pick up your ride t-shirt. Bid on awesome items.
Pick your t-shirt up at the Rosedale School (see map) on Thursday, March 20th 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Or on Saturday, March 22nd, the morning of the Ride, starting at 6:30 AM at Samsung Austin Semiconductor.
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Going going..... gone Green
No more plastic bag stuffed with papers. We have gone green with the virtual goody bag. You will receive a email with information about your goody bag 2 days before the ride. It will have links to goodies, discounts, and other area rides. All without killing trees or making plastic bags.
New 20th Anniversary Jerseys
Check out our commemorative 20th anniversary ride jerseys. The first round of orders were so successful that we are starting a second round. You can order them by following the instructions here. The order will close on March 24th. Due to the 6-8 week order time your jersey will be available by May 20th. Order your jersey now.
The 2014 Rosedale Ride will follow the same routes as previous rides with minor changes. Please note that the routes may change right up to the start of the Ride. It wouldn’t be the first time for roads to be unexpectedly closed, or bridges to be washed out right at the last minute. Click here to download