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2019 PMC Kids Rides


Sunday, June 30, 2019
Charge Pond
DCR Myles Standish State Forest

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Event Details

  • Sunday, June 30, 2019
  • Charge Pond in DCR Myles Standish State Forest
  • 9 am to 12 pm
  • Ages 2 to 15
  • Registration fee: $10
  • Required fundraising minimum: $30, suggested $50
  • Contact: Katie Dayie

Welcome to the Plymouth PMC Kids Ride!

Come celebrate with us as we hold our 7th annual Plymouth PMC Kids Ride to raise money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI).As in the past four years, we will be holding our ride amongst the shady pines of Charge Pond in the DCR Myles Standish State Forest. This is a fantastic opportunity for kids to become involved in their community and to be part of a great cause! 

Commemorate your ride with a party at the finish line with music provided by 105.7 WROR, and featuring the New England Revolution, Police Unit BearCat, YMCA, games, food, arts and crafts, and fantastic raffle items! We're still working on the guest list, so follow us on Facebook to hear the latest news! Lastly, we will have a short ceremony recognizing our riders who have participated for 5 years!

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Schedule of Events

  • 9 am – Pick up your rider number, t-shirt, wristband and water bottle at rider registration
  • 10 am – Opening Ceremonies
  • 10:15 am – RIDE! Ride a loop or several! 
  • 11 am – Party with games, food, music and more! 
  • 11:45 am – Raffles winners are announced


  • Tykes on Trikes: A dedicated off road lot for our smallest pedalers
  • Charge Pond Loop: Riders can circumnavigate the pond, featuring a 1.1-mile paved road with a few gently rolling hills. Go around once or as many times as your can during the ride hour!
  • 5-mile LoopContinuing on the success of last year's Long Loop, we are offering it once again for our seasoned riders! It's a 5+ mile route, utilizing mostly bike paths throughout the Charge and Fearing Pond areas. It will be led by a dedicated group of adult riders. Please note that this loop is restricted to strong riders, aged 10 and up, and has a fundraising minimum of $100.

Register to Ride

Parents will need to create an account or log in with an existing account in order to register their child or family. When creating an account, please enter the parent's information first as there will be a separate part in registration to enter the child's information. During registration there is the option to join or create a team, as well as create a family page. Parents will need to sign a waiver and commit to the $30 fundraising minimum per rider.

Once registration is complete, parents will receive an email with information on how to log into their management page to customize donation pages and to track donations. 


The fundraising minimum for each rider is $30 and is due by September 1, 2019. 

Riders who go above and beyond with their fundraising will be recognized Heavy Hitters or Breakaway Fundraisers and will receive a special gift in recognition of their fundraising efforts. 

  • Heavy Hitter – $300+ (riders will receive a sack pack)
  • Breakaway Fundraiser– $800+ (riders will receive a backpack)

For every $50 raised, you get a FREE raffle ticket too!

Fundraising Tips

  • Customize your rider profile page (include why you are riding and a photo)
  • Start your fundraising early
  • Send out hand-written letters or emails to your friends and family
  • Host a fundraising party
  • Use social media to spread the word
Click here for more fundraising tips


100 percent of all rider-raised dollars go directly to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Donate online or by check. Checks can be made payable to the Pan-Mass Challenge or PMC. Please send all checks to:

PMC Kids Rides
77 4th Ave
Needham, MA 02494

Make sure that the rider's name is listed so they can receive credit!


  1. Wear a properly-fitted helmet (children and adults must wear helmets if they are riding).
  2. Ride in control – this is not a race.
  3. Hands should remain on handlebars.
  4. Never wear any kind of headphones. You need to hear clearly.
  5. Follow the ride guides and volunteers.
  6. When passing, make sure to yell “on your left!”
  7. If you need to slow down or stop to cross an intersection or obstacle, yell “slowing” or “stopping” to alert those behind you.

Each PMC Kids Ride has a licensed medical professional on site. 

Register to Volunteer

Adults and teens 14+, can you help? We have active and stationary roles available. Register to volunteer to lend a hand! All volunteers will receive an official PMC Kids Rides volunteer t-shirt!


The Plymouth PMC Kids Rides relies on local sponsors to help keep costs low and so that the PMC can continue to donate 100 percent of every rider-raised dollar directly to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. If you or your company are interested in becoming a sponsor or to donate items (pizza, ice cream, snacks, sporting tickets, gift cards, baskets, etc) please click on the button below.