On May 11, 2013, Oregon Supported Living Program is presenting the second annual “OSLP Pedal for People Metric Century Ride.” It will be a 100K and 60K scenic bike ride beginning and ending at Armitage Park in Eugene, OR, with a 2K Parade for People in the park. Parking will be free and you can enjoy music, food and fun at the finish! Prizes are available for online fundraising to help us expand our services and create pathways to full lives for all of our clients who are adults with developmental disabilities.
Registration for the 100k or 60k is $50 in advance, $60 on the day of the ride. The 100k route includes three rest stops and the 60k includes one rest stop. Mechanics and ride ambassadors will be available when needed.
A post-ride pizza and salad dinner from Coburg Pizza Company with beer from Ninkasi and cookies by Not Just Breads will be available after the ride for $10 in Armitage Park. Live music will be provided by Samba Ja!
See our prizes page for details on fundraising prizes, including the grand prize, a Cascadia bicycle from Co-Motion Cycles!
Online registration and fundraising for prizes ends at 9:00pm PST May 10, 2013.
100k riders check in between 7-9am.
60k riders check in between 8-10am.
Lunch available from 11:30-3pm.
Parade for People starts at noon!
Oregon Supported Living Program is a nonprofit agency providing support to adults with developmental disabilities since 1988. Individual programs are designed not only to meet the person’s needs but, just as importantly, to allow him or her to realize their desires, wishes and dreams. This “person centered” approach to providing services has earned OSLP the respect and acclaim of family members, other service providers, and Oregon’s Department of Human Services. We are, “People Helping People!”
“I’m excited to be a part of ‘Pedal for the People’ to help expand OSLP’s valuable programs. OSLP’s “person-centered” approach to providing support for adults with developmental disabilities clearly enriches the lives of OSLP’s clients as well as our community. As a cyclist, I’m also excited for the event’s scenic and diverse route.”Senator Floyd Prozanski