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All reservations must be requested before 5:00pm on May 21, 2016. After this date, bikes will be based upon availability.

BIKE PICK UP LOCATION:

At Bergen Community College right before the starting point. Unlimited Biking will have a stand there.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

GO THE DISTANCE FOR AUTISM BIKE EVENT

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Bergen Community College

400 Paramus Road

Paramus, NJ 07652

Many children with autism and their families face daily struggles. Alpine Learning GroupThe EPIC SchoolGarden Academy and REED Academy are dedicated to easing these daily struggles and turning uphill battles into achievements. A collaborative fundraising effort by all four educational programs, Go the Distance for Autism has experienced substantial growth since its inception in 2010. In seven years, the event has raised over $4,000,000 for autism treatment and education.
 
ABOUT THE RIDES: 
Cyclists of all ages are invited to register online, create and customize their personal fundraising page, and collect donations from friends and family. For the more serious cyclists, the event offers 10, 25 and 62.5 mile routes through the scenic roads of Bergen County. For families and younger riders, the Event offers a Family Ride as well as several enclosed areas within the parking lot of Bergen Community College for younger children to ride bikes, trikes or scooters. 

After the rides, participants are invited to the Family Fun Area – free to registered riders – for food and festivities. Guests will enjoy a catered lunch and children can enjoy bounce houses, face painting, and other activities. There is also a Community Pavilion area to visit our sponsors and pick up great freebies!

ABOUT THE SCHOOLS: 
Alpine Learning Group, The EPIC School, Garden Academy and REED Academy are non-profit organizations located in northern NJ that provide educational and behavioral services to children and adults with autism. Autism is a neurobiologically-based developmental disability that emerges during a child’s first three years of life. Individuals with autism display marked impairments in communication and social skills as well as a restricted range of interests and behavior. 
Please visit our website at www.gtd4autism.org for more information.