How much is registration and what's included?
Registration is only $25 per person ($30 day of) - there is no cost to
form a team. Registration includes access to the course during the event,
professional chip tracking of laps, and a participant swag bag.
Children under the age of 14 can register for just $10. Children on
tricycles and with training wheels can participate in the Kids Fun Ride
at no charge. Jerseys are available for $75, or are free for individuals
who meet the fundraising minimum to receive the jersey as a gift. To join
a team, simply select your team name from the dropdown menu on the registration page. If your team is not listed, simply select "Other/Not Listed" and you will be contacted, or email event coordinator Catherine Lott at clott (at) tammylynncenter.org with your team name and she will add it to the list.
How can I win?
There are multiple ways to win, and we encourage you to strive for all of them! There will be awards given for the individual who completes the most laps, the team who completes the most laps, the largest team (all team members must complete at least one lap), the individual who raises the most money through everydayhero and the team who raises the most money through everydayhero. There are also prizes given to individual fundraisers who meet certain fundraising goals. Fundraising prizes include: $100 - one raffle ticket; $250 - signed print of original art by Eric McRay; $500 - Rock 'n Ride Raleigh jersey; $2,500 - entry to win a 4-day getaway!
What is everydayhero?
Everydayhero is a peer-to-peer fundraising tool for you to fundraise on behalf of Tammy Lynn Center and your participation in this event. It's completely free for you to participate and very easy to set up and get started. In fact, after you register your confirmation email will include a link to setup your personal everydayhero fundraising page where all you have to do is make a password, add a picture and set a fundraising goal. Let us know if you have questions; we'd love to have you as one of Tammy Lynn Center's everydayheros.
What's the deal with the one-mile loop?
Rock 'n Ride Raleigh is a mix between a relay fundraiser and a criterium (loop) race. During a 12-hour period, bikers will be getting on and off the 1-mile course at their leisure. The goal is to complete as many laps as possible (safely, comfortably and while having fun) as an individual or a team. Live music will be taking place throughout the day at the start line, so you'll have something to jam out to as you pass by. Check back for updated live entertainment lineup!
Do I have to be on the course for 12 hours?
No, you do not have to be on the course for 12 hours - your riding time frame is completely up to you! We'll officially start letting bikers on the course at 8:00 a.m. and let no more bikers pass over the tracker after 8:00 p.m. However, you can join us at any time you like. Check-in will take place throughout the day, so feel free to come at a time that works best for you and your friends and family. Additionally, you can get on and off the course at your leisure. If you want to complete 10 laps in the morning, take a break and enjoy a snack, then ride 10 more laps and take a break and enjoy the music with friends and family - you can do just that! Stay for 30 minutes or all 12 hours, it's up to you!
What criteria are required for signing up?
Cyclists of all skill levels are welcome! It is BYOB (bring your own bike), and all bikes must be road-worthy. The only riders who won't be allowed on the course will be those little ones on three wheels or with training wheels - we'll have a special Kids Fun Ride taking place throughout the day that they can participate in.
What support will be available?
Help, I have more questions!
Looking for details about being a cyclist at the inaugural Rock 'n Ride Raleigh on Saturday, June 17? You've come to the right place! If any questions aren't answered here, fill out the contact form linked in the menu and we'll get right back with you!
Timing by Precision Race.