Why Bike MS?

Bike MS is the largest fundraising bike series in the world. Each year, nearly 75,000 cyclists and more than 6,000 teams ride together to change the world for people with MS.

A Ride of a Lifetime

Experience the ride of a lifetime with Bike MS

Each ride in the Bike MS series offers unique local flavor, while maintaining a consistently well-organized and extraordinary experience.

Cycle the coast of Maine, ride traffic-free through New York City streets, relax at a rest stop in a California winery or finish your ride, at our largest event, with 10,000 other cyclists in Houston every Bike MS event is an unforgettable journey.

With food and drink to fuel the ride and mechanical and medical assistance wherever needed, you'll be fully supported at Bike MS. From the volunteers who pass out ice-cold popsicles and cheer on your team, to the truck drivers who have our luggage and the SAG drivers who have our backs, we are all in it together.

Bike MS is more than a ride. It is an experience driven by camaraderie, passion, inspiration and fun. Get ready for the ride of your life!

How Bike MS works

How Bike MS Works

Bike MS is the fundraising cycling series of the National MS Society and raises more money than any other cycling event for any other cause. To date, Bike MS cyclists, volunteers, and donors have raised more than $1.3 billion to stop MS in its tracks, restore what's been lost, and end MS forever.

Route distances vary from 15 to 150 miles, with some rides being one or multi-days. One thing is certain: You will have the ride of your life no matter which Bike MS event you choose, and your efforts will make a difference in the lives of people affected by MS.

You can register to ride in any of our nationwide events as an individual or as a part of a team. Each ride has a fundraising minimum and features extraordinary cycling routes, support, volunteers and experiences. So, find one near you, or ride somewhere new!

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Making a Difference

The National MS Society is the largest private funder of MS research in the world, investing more than $1 billion to date.