Your Donation Supports:Innovative Learning At The Crossroads School
Your Donation Supports:Kennedy Krieger School's Prom, designed for teens with autism.
Your Donation Supports:Flying Point Foundation's Summer camps for children with autism alongside their typical developing siblings and peers.
Baltimore, MD 2018
Why I Bike to the Beach
I am biking to the beach for autism not just for the physical challenge and the cause, but because Bike to the Beach is a bike ride like no-other. The Bike to the Beach experience the community, the sights along the route, the inspiration of sharing the ride with the autism community and the fun … sets Bike to the Beach apart from any other charity bike ride.
Bike to the Beach is working to help the autism community experience the joys of cycling as well. Bike to the Beach hosts learn-to-bike camps with iCan Shine that empower participants to maximize their individual by learning how to bike ride. I love that this ride helps grow the cycling community and helps others experience the fun and freedom that can only be experienced on a bicycle.
Our Local Partners
“Bike to the beach was the first organization that was able to empower me personally to take action and make a huge difference for our local autism community. They make it easy for individuals and small groups to make a significant impact by providing all the fundraising infrastructure, and more importantly, an amazing weekend.”
Jack Freeman (Pictured with Father)Jimmy's Brother. Team Quest.
“His 2016 intro into the world of B2B got John (my son) off his butt and both was inspired to do the ride on the tandem with me AND participate in the fund raising AND it has boosted his level of confidence that much more!”
Joe Rigazio (Pictured with Son])John’s Father - Team Talisen
“I am a two time B2B Veteran and proud member of Team Doyle. My goal is to support this important cause and increase awareness for autism.”
Karen Oleyar Team Doyle (DC) - 2-time Rider
“Last year was my 5th consecutive B2B, and I have raised over $50,000 for autism awareness and research.”