Kenneth R. Olson Middle School
132 New Road
Tabernacle, NJ 08088
To receive a bib number and participate in the ride, all individual cyclists (or family cyclists) must turn in the required minimum of $100 in donations by the morning of the ride in addition to their event registration fee. Cyclists using a discount code are still required to raise the fundraising minimum.
*If you registered using a discount code UrbanPromise will match your registration fee bring the total to the retail cost. Cyclists using a discount code are still required to raise the minimum of $100 in donations.
Early Packet Pick-Up:
Save time the morning of the event and pick up your bib number, event shirt and cue sheet before the ride! Pick-up locations and times will be emailed to cyclists at least one week prior to the event and posted on our website: urbanpromiseusa.org/pedal.
For safety purposes, all cyclists must wear bib numbers attached to their shirt. Pins will be available at the registration table.
Our Command Center is made up of emergency responders and staff ready to make this the safest ride ever. They will work closely with EMT to ensure that help arrives quickly. In case of bike issues, the command center will also dispatch SAG support to come to pick you up and take you to the nearest rest stop for repair.
All rides begin and end at Kenneth R. Olson Middle School (132 New Road, Tabernacle, NJ 08088). Parking is available at Olson Middle School or across the street at Tabernacle Elementary School (141 New Rd, Tabernacle, NJ 08088).
Rest Stops & SAG:
The Pedal for Promise course offers stocked rest stops and SAG support along the route for cyclists who need mechanical assistance.
Cue sheets and course maps will be emailed to participates at least one week prior to the event. Printed cue sheets will also be available at the registration table.
The entire route will be well marked with color-coded painted lines on the road. There will also be directional arrow signs along the way and at all crucial intersections.
We’ll have a meal for registered cyclists after the ride in the Olson Middle School.
For more information please contact Toni Farmer, Director of Development and Marketing by phone: (856) 630-9998 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your participation in UrbanPromise’s Pedal for Promise ensures that young people in Camden, New Jersey have access to quality education. We are excited that you will be riding with us on May 12, 2018 and helping us reach our goal of raising $150,000.
UrbanPromise provides Camden teens with innovative, safe, quality education. UrbanPromise has proven to be successful force in Camden, for 29 years. In just the last 5 years, 98% of UrbanPromise seniors have graduated from high school and 90% have gone on to college.
UrbanPromise is a community-based nonprofit that serves 600 children and teens each year. We seek to fulfill our mission through neighborhood-based after-school programs, summer camps, two private schools, teen job training, and experiential learning.
For more information about UrbanPromise please visit: www.urbanpromiseusa.org