Three Rides to Benefit the Two Smiles, One Hope Foundation
Sunday, September 16th, Chittenango Falls State Park
Looking for a challenging race? The 39-mile Cazenovia Hillbender is well known as a as true test for expert riders, yet still within reach for well-conditioned novices who might be making their first foray into road racing. The course tours the outlying areas of Cazenovia, taking advantage of its scenic splendors and geographic diversity. Register here.
Not sure you’re up for a quad beating? The Hillbender Lite is 19-mile non-competitive romp through the back roads and country lanes of Madison County. Experienced and beginner cyclists alike will enjoy the incredible autumn scenery and splendor of the Chittenango Falls area. Register here.
The Youth Bike-a-thon portion of the race provides an entertaining challenge for the younger Hillbenders out there, ages 12 and under. Kids can raise money for the Two Smiles, One Hope Foundation with each lap they complete. If you’ve been looking for a cycling activity for your kids, this is the perfect opportunity to bring the entire family out on a beautiful fall weekend to support a good cause! Registration and pledge forms for the bike-a-thon are available here.
Two Smiles One Hope, Inc. is a Syracuse based not-for-profit foundation charged with raising research funding for treatment alternatives and increasing community awareness of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It was founded in 2007 by Matt and Alison Willis after their twin sons, Jack and Nolan, were diagnosed with the disease. Learn More.