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Cycle the Seacoast



Now - June 30, 2020



Virtual/Online Event , 100, 50, or 25 mile routes



Melissa WaldenMelissa.Walden@Lung.org207-624-0306

Together We've Raised…

  • We've Raised:

    Our Goal: $100,000.00


Ready to get Virtual

In order to make this year’s event as interactive as possible, we’ve created a Cycle the Seacoast Strava Club! Strava is a free application you can download on your smart phone to track your miles as you cycle in support of the American Lung Association.

Find out more here!

Out of an abundance of caution, the American Lung Association has adjusted plans for the 2020 Cycle the Seacoast for the safety of our participants, volunteers, staff and partners. We will not be having a physical event on May 3rd, but we will host a virtual Cycle the Seacoast which you can participate in from now through June 30th. We hope that you will participate in our virtual event and stay connected with us. More details below! View our full press release announcement here.

Every Mile Counts

Cycle Seacoast-Every Mile Counts-2.jpg The 2020 Cycle the Seacoast has gone virtual! Cycling is a great way to improve both your physical and mental health, while giving an extra boost to your immune system. While we may not be physically gathering together to ride along the Seacoast, we challenge you to stay active and encourage you to continue supporting our mission and critical lung health research.

Did you know? Your involvement in Cycle the Seacoast is currently supporting COVID-19 research. American Lung Association researcher Dr. John Schoggins, Ph.D., was recently credited with identifying a naturally occurring protein that has been shown to inhibit coronavirus infection. Thank you for supporting our work.

Questions? Contact or 207-624-0306.

2020 Virtual Cycle the Seacoast

Frequently Asked Questions

How it works:

  • Challenge yourself to complete the mileage of your chosen route (25, 50 or 100 miles) by June 30th! Do it at your own pace get those miles in over the course of a week or two, even a month (or more) if needed. You can follow the Cycle the Seacoast route maps (below) if you’d like to cover the original route or choose your own route! Not a cyclist? You do not need to complete the mileage to participate but we still encourage you to get outside and stay active!
  • If you are riding as part of this challenge, share your mileage achievements on your social media channels and with donors and friends to encourage continued fundraising support. We’ve created social media graphics for you to use in your participant center!
  • Keep us updated! We want to hear from you and chat with you as you ride. Stay active in our Facebook Group and by sharing updates on your personal fundraising page. Utilize the graphics in your participant center as you achieve your mileage goals. Send us photos and let us know when you’ve completed your ride (not required but encouraged):
  • Every participant that reaches the fundraising minimum of $200 (or more) by June 30th will receive their 2020 Cycle the Seacoast t-shirt and commemorative medal (plus any earned incentives) in the mail. You are not required to complete any cycling mileage in order to participate in this virtual event.

ROUTE OPTIONS: 25, 50 or 100 miles

2020 Route Maps

CTS Riders

Virtual Fees and Fundraising

  • Registration Fee: Now only $10 (non-refundable & non-transferable)
  • Fundraising Minimum: $200 per person ($100 for ages 7 - 17)

Frequently Asked Questions

Eastern Mountain Sports

We encourage you to support our official bike shop sponsor, Eastern Mountain Sports. Their physical locations are temporarily closed, but you can still shop on the EMS website for cycling gear.

Check out these resources on the goEast blog for bike maintenance:

What is Cycle The Seacoast?

Cycle the Seacoast is our one-day cycling event in New England. Boasting breathtaking views of the historic Seacoast region in New Hampshire, this ride offers something for everyone with 25, 50 or 100 mile route options.


Top Participants

    1. Lenny Goldstein - $4,677.00
    2. Personal Gift Timothy Cunningham - $2,710.00
    3. Donald Cloutier - $2,415.00
    4. Personal Gift Ray Streeter - $2,011.00
    5. Personal Gift Paul Croft - $1,675.00
    6. Personal Gift Luanne Shockley - $1,391.00
    7. Personal Gift Deb Smith - $1,295.00
    8. Cari-Anne Francis - $1,275.00
    9. Personal Gift Brian Boyden - $1,250.00
    10. Personal Gift Paula DePlanche - $1,200.00

    Top Teams

      1. The Rolling Bones - $3,647.00
      2. Jo's Turas - $3,530.00
      3. Lindt Chocolate - $1,780.00
      4. Ride for Bud - $1,150.00
      5. Allegro Microsystems - $1,090.00
      6. Anthem - $635.00
      7. Team C4C - $550.00
      8. Air Quality Control - $405.00
      9. Linda's Purple Dragonflies - $300.00
      10. Spokin' With Authority - $200.00

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      Thank You to Our Local Sponsors

      Generous Sponsors

      Kennebunk Savings Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Cisco Brewers EMS Seacoast Spine Martin's Point Marshall Tent and Event Rental Garmin Whole Systems Geico Delta Dental Leone, McDonnell and Roberts Homewood Remax Genentech

      Media Sponsors

      NH Magazine Z107 The Bull NH PBS WOKQ The Shark

      National Corporate Team Partner

      Kindred Healthcare

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