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Biking 100 Miles for Inclusion | CPNRI Partners with Bike to the Beach

The CPNRI Team is super proud to announce we are the first statewide partner for Bike to the Beach. Our team is biking 25, 60 or 100 miles to raise awareness and money for support to people with disabilities.

Want to join? Click the button below to join our team or donate!

Note: If you are employed by a CPNRI member organization, please check with your agency first to make sure they are not forming their own team. If they are not, you are welcome on ours!



  • Saturday, September 23rd

  • Ride options: 25 miles, 60 miles or 100 miles

  • Starting locations: 100 miles = Boston, MA - 60 miles = Woonsocket, RI - 25 miles = Bristol, RI

  • Exact starting locations and times will be available very soon. All routes will be kicked off by 11 a.m. with longer rides starting hours before that.

  • This ride is fully supported with rest stops, support vehicles, police assistance where necessary and plenty of cheers.

  • Awesome route feature: Cross the Mount Hope Bridge with a police escort! This doesn't happen often.

  • Questions? Fill this form out and we will get back to you within 24 hours during normal business days.



Our Communications Director, Nick Friend, biked the ride last year:

"I was truly blown away with this ride. Whether you are riding, volunteering, or cheering from the sidelines, the community at the event is something special. As a rider, you couldn't ask for anything more. Biking through the streets of Boston was an amazing experience and going over the Mount Hope Bridge was breathtaking...and a little tiring...but well worth it. There are plenty of rest stops and cheers through this great route. Truly a great event that raises money for great organizations. Hope to see you out there!"


This is a special event and we invite you to be a part of it. Here is how you can join:

  • Donate: 100% of the money raised by the CPNRI Team (up to $15,000) helps support pivotal services for people with disabilities.

  • Ride: As you can see above, there are many different ride lengths for people with varying experiences. Come be a part of it!

  • Volunteer: Come cheer and support riders at the finish line. It is a great experience to see riders of all levels achieve their goals.

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