Event Date

This event is postponed until later this summer or fall. Additional information and new date TBD.

Original Date: Sunday, July 19, 2020


Start/Finish: Bikeway Bicycles
GPS Address: 628 NY-17K Road
Montgomery, NY 12549

Event Schedule

7:30 AM - Rider check-in & day-of registration begin
9:15 AM - Pre-ride ceremony begins
9:30 AM - Ride begins
Post ride: BBQ, beer and live music

Enjoy a scenic 30 mile out and back route along 17K from Montgomery to Bloomingburg and back with a motorcycle escort by the Defiant Crew Motorcyle Club. There will be 1 rest stop at Twin Cone where every participant will get a free cone. After the ride, enjoy a delicious barbeque donated by Bike Way Bicycles, beer donated by Newburgh Brewing Company and Mike Mack (with special guest Joslyn Shepard) will be performing live music. Bring lawn chairs and blankets and ENJOY, all while supporting our nation's healing veterans and first responders.

Route Info

30 mile out and back - view route

All cycling levels are welcome, but please know your personal limits and register accordingly.

Registration Info

Registration is $30. Minimum fundraising of $100 gets you a TBD Project Hero gift. Online registration closes at 8 PM, Friday, July 17th. Day-of registration will be available beginning at 7:30 AM.

Wounded veterans ride for FREE - please contact us before registering to receive your discount code (honorrideinfo@weareprojecthero.org)


Parking will be available at Coldenham Fire Dept - 511 Coldenham Rd, Walden, NY 12589. Volunteers and those needing assistance can park at Bikeway Bicycles.

Your Fundraising Impact

There are hundreds of thousands of veterans and first responders who suffer from various wounds, whether visible or not. All of Project Hero's events help fund life-changing rehabilitation services for these healing heroes. By participating and fundraising, you are showing your support for those who have served, bringing awareness to the need for improved veteran services, and helping Project Hero continue to save lives by restoring hope and purpose. To learn more about this event and why it is so important, please visit this page.