I’d Rather Be Cycling Virtual Bike: Black Girls Do Ride x Chamois Butt’r

April 19, 2020

Black Girls Do Bike is growing a community of women of color who share a passion for cycling. In lieu of the yearly Black Girls Do Bike national meet-up, the organization has created a virtual ride to encourage bike support and ethical riding during COVID-19 by riding solo indoors or outdoors. 

1% of net proceeds will be donated to operationmasks.org to help front line medical workers.

Ladies can choose from rides from 1-5 miles, 10 miles, 25 miles, 50 miles, 62 miles or 100-miles. Miles can be ridden all at once or collectively by June 15th.

This is a virtual bike ride, so you can ride wherever and whenever. Ladies have the option to select from a 1-5 mile, 10 miles, 25 miles, 50 miles, 62 miles or 100-mile ride. Miles can be ridden all at once or collectively by June 15th.

Every participant will receive a custom prizes and Chamois Butt’r in their swag bags. You can also enter to win a massive giveaway including Chamois Butt’r products, TREK bicycles, REI gift cards and more!

Register here today.

If you’re interested in joining your local BGDR chapter, or starting your own, find out more information: blackgirlsdobike.com/chapters