We are thrilled to see you in person at our safe and socially-distant event on November 6! This year’s ride will be different than the previous rides, with increased safety and sanitation measures to ensure everyone stays healthy. Rest assured, the ride will still be fun and well-supported throughout. Should things change, you can cancel your registration or change to the Home Team option until October 6.
In addition to our Lowcountry rides, we’re excited to add stationary cycling classes this year. These 30 person classes will be held outside on November 6 at the LOWVELO ride finish line and will last 45 minutes. Start times are 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and 10:30 a.m.
Early bird registration for rides and classes is $75 (until October 6). Registration for the event includes a LOWVELO21 T-shirt, Swag bag, a cycling jersey, admission to the November 6 event and awards ceremony in February 2022.
Share your story about why you’re participating in LOWVELO with family, friends, and co-workers and ask them to support you. You have until December 31 to complete your fundraising. If you don’t reach the fundraising minimum for your chosen distance, your credit card on file will be charged for the difference. You can withdraw from the event on or before October 6 and not have to meet the fundraising minimum.
Stationary Cycle Class
Please note: Cancer patients, cancer survivors and students will have a fundraising minimum of just $300 for any ride distance. Please select your distance when registering and the LOWVELO team will update your minimum accordingly.
Children 10-17 are welcome to ride the 10-mile route with no fundraising requirement. Children 14-17 are welcome to ride the 22-, 57-, and 100-mile routes or join a stationary cycling class with a reduced fundraising minimum of $300. All children are required to register and there must be one registered adult rider for each registered child.
Staggered start times
Increased route options
Two start venues
All events are outside
Masks required at rest stops, start and finish lines and social distancing enforced
Increased sanitation measures
Packet pickup throughout the week