A Fundraiser Supporting Athletic Programs for People with Physical Disabilities
The 11th Annual Revolution took place on Saturday, September 28 on a gorgeous day in Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley. Over 300 cyclists, volunteers, staff and guests came together at the Trentadue Winery in Geyserville, CA to ride, eat, and celebrate at this fantastic event. It was a great day with a great group of BORP supporters and friends. Thanks to all who attended, volunteered, fundraised and donated.
While the day was beautiful and the rides epic, we fell over $20,000 short of our fundraising goal. The Rev is BORP’s most important fundraiser of the year and the money raised is critical to BORP’s adaptive sports and recreation programs. The 11th Annual BORP Revolution participant fundraising webpages are still open. Please consider making a donation to help us get closer to our fundraising goal.
Now in its 11th year, the BORP Revolution Ride and Festival brings people of all abilities together for a day of cycling and celebration to raise money BORP’s adaptive sports and recreational programs for people with physical disabilities and visual impairment. Set against the backdrop of the stunning wine country of Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley, the “Rev” is one part cycle-a-thon, one part celebration with food, wine, and post-ride professional massages, and one part inspiration. Join the Revolution and discover what “ability” is all about!
Participants of all ages and abilities choose to ride one of five routes: from the causal 5k “Roll & Stroll” up to grueling 65 mile “Geysers/Pine Flat Challenge”. For more information on the Rev and/or on BORP’s adaptive sports and recreation programs click the “About the Ride” link from the Revolution tab above.