New England Youth Cycling MTB Series
NEYC Thunderbirds Team p/b Riverside NBPT & HVRL
NEYC Hammerheads Team p/b Riverside MBTS
Training and 6 race series for Middle School & High School Students
The New England High School Cycling Association, founded in 2015, provides a high-quality mountain bike racing experience while emphasizing the value of all participants and placing camaraderie, positive sporting behavior and the cultivation of health over the competition. The first races took place in the Spring of 2016 in NH, MA, and RI. Now in the sixth year, the league has more than tripled in size to 1,000+ athletes and over 30 teams
PAN MACK Metric Century & Gravel Grinder
P/B The Riverside Rockets PMC Team & Metzy's Cantina
All fundraising to benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Institute
This is a 50/100 ride
$50 to register (includes event t-shirt and burrito box after your ride)
$100 minimum to raise in pledges. * For juniors it's a 25/25 ride!
* No Fundraising for ALL PMC Riders! Just pay the registration fee and consider it a training ride!
RIVERSIDE ROCKETS PMC TEAM
2023 PMC WEEKEND 8/4-8/6
About the Rockets
Team Riverside Rockets was formed in 2012 by a group of cyclists with the common belief that by uniting our passion for cycling, our various fundraising abilities, and our desire to have fun doing both, that we can make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Each one of our team members has a story. Whether it’s the loss of a parent, a friend, or a loved on, each one of us has been touched in some way by cancer. We’ve come together as a team because we realize that together we can have a bigger voice. Together we can make an impact. Together we ride our bikes to raise money, because cancer sucks!
On August 5th and 6th, Team Riverside Rockets will be participating in the Pan Mass Challenge (PMC). This two day 198 mile bike ride from Sturbridge to Provincetown raises money for life saving cancer research at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
We are asking for your help. Ride with us, sponsor us, train with us. Help us make a difference in the fight against cancer!
Tour de Taco, a Riverside Racing Junior Development Team Benefit
p/b Riverside Cycle & Metzy's Cantina
About the Taco
The Tour de Taco is a 45-mile dirt-trail-road adventure ride through some of the North Shore’s finest trails and back roads. This epic tour through eleven different North Shore towns is a self-guided adventure (read: extra tubes, at least 40psi, water, food) so make sure you download the route to your Garmin.
A relative of one of our employees created the #optoutside campaign years ago and we're still observing the day!
Every Black Friday we close the shops, employees are paid and we #optoutside to do what we love; ride our bikes.
Come join us this year! Friday, November 24th 10AM at the Newburyport shop.
More about Riverside Cycle and #OptOutside- Riverside Cycle is committed to the idea of opting outside on Black Friday this year. We believe that riding our bikes outside makes our lives better. That’s why this November 27, we’re closing both locations and paying our employees to ride outside. We welcome the community to join us outside!
Shedd Park Cyclocross p/b Riverside Racing
About Shedd Park
Remember this IS November in New England, so bring ALL the layers.
For food and refreshments we will have our annual Junior Nats bake sale, Atomic coffee, and the amazing Soall Viet Kitchen food trailer with delicious lunch items.
Back again we will have the magnificent Paul Nixon announcing and the wonderful John Frey/Velocity Results with precision timing. These guys are amazing! Please thank them for what they do.
Responsible pre-riding will be available between each race. Please listen for the announcers cue to leave the course at the appropriate time. There are also 2 open course blocks: 7:15 to 8 am and 12:15 to 12:45 pm.
We’d like to send a hearty thank you to our event sponsors, who make it possible to bring you a quality event.
Atomic Coffee Roasters * Chococoa Baking Co. * Mad Alchemy * Muc-off *
Safety first, fun second. Look, it’s actually pretty safe out there, but you never know what’s around the next bend. Modern helmets are more protective and comfortable than ever and are styled to fit every rider’s personal preferences.