Stroke affects nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. every year. That’s the entire population of San Francisco. It’s a lot of people, and a big deal. And if you or someone you know has had one it’s even a bigger deal.
We’re here to say there’s a better way. Stroke is 80% preventable, and we’re ready to take action for better brain health and more research. Are you in?
Sign. Me. Up.
With events across the country, one’s definitely got your name on it. All levels and abilities are welcome.
You can lead the pack as a team captain, join a squad as a team member, or get going and ride solo.
More raised = More Impact!
Your fundraising makes change happen, and we’re here with tools and know-how to help you reach your goals.
Be moved by CycleNation
Side effects include sweating, euphoria, and all-around greatness... while helping keep our communities healthy.
Why will YOU ride?
Riding is fun. And riding is good for you... obviously. But most importantly, riding changes the course of our community’s health.
Let’s get real for a moment. Every 4 minutes someone dies of a stroke. And heart disease is the leading killer of Americans. stroke and heart disease are serious business, but the way we fight back doesn’t have to be. CycleNation is getting our sweat on to help our community take control of our brain health. And the impact you have when you ride with CycleNation will make you feel all the feels.
Top 4 Reasons to PEDAL it OUT!
Chances are, you or someone you know has been affected by heart disease or stroke, and you want to make a difference.
You’re Feeling Yourself
Getting your heart pumping will keep your mind sharp and reduce the chance you’ll have a stroke.
You Have The Best. Squad. Ever.
Expand those #squadgoals to include getting our community healthy.
To Champion Scientific Discovery
Past Riders like you have funded nearly 1,000 new research projects.
As a relentless rider for CycleNation and rockstar fundraiser, our tools and tips will be your training wheels to help you reach your goal. Don’t risk FOMO - register today to educate our community and stop the increase in stroke deaths and heart disease.