Below are the fundraising minimums for each route:
- General 25 Mile Rider – goal of $300
- General 50 Mile Rider – goal of $400
- General 100 Mile Rider – goal of $400
* Young adults are individuals who are 25 years old or younger at the time of registration
- Young Adult 25 Mile Rider - goal of $250
- Young Adult 45 Mile Rider – goal of $250
- Young Adult 100 Mile Rider – goal of $250
- The Registration Fee for all General Riders and AU Student and Staff Riders, regardless of route chosen, is $100.
- For Young Adults, (Ages 14-25), the registration fee is $60.
- For Unchained Paceliner registration fee is free.
All Riders fundraising minimums must be met by December 5, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. For Riders who have not met their fundraising minimum by 12/5/21, their card used at the time of registration will be charged the remaining amount.
Just about any bike will get you 25 or 50 miles. If you are riding 100 miles, you may consider a road bike, but one is not necessary.
Each Rider must pay a non-refundable registration fee that is not applied to his or her fundraising. The Registration Fee is charged to the Rider’s card upon registration.
- Personalize your Rider profile, then direct your friends and family to your page and ask them to donate to your ride! We’ve come up with some fundraising tips to help you reach and hopefully exceed your fundraising goal.
- Yes, you are able to use Paceline’s logos for your personal fundraising efforts. You can find our logos and style guide here: https://www.pacelineride.org/brand/.
- Please send any final designs that use Paceline’s assets to email@example.com for approval before publication or production.
- Anyone who raises $3,000 by October 15, 2021 is a Pacesetter. Hundreds of these amazing riders are willing to go above and beyond for research. They "get it". We're in awe of them. Pacesetters receive a special gift and recognition during ride weekend.
Yes. Special hotel rates can be found here.
This year we will have packet pick-up and bike drop-off on Friday, October 15th at the Augusta University - Summerville Campus.
Instead of an Opening Ceremony, we will have food, drinks, music, and speakers at the Finish Line Celebration in Evans on Saturday, October 16th.
Paceline leadership is continuously monitoring guidelines from the CDC and local governance to ensure that PaceDay 2021 on October 16, 2021 is a safe event for all Riders, Unchained Paceliners, Volunteers, Partners, Cancer Survivors and recipients of the funds our participants raise.
The Paceline route encompasses everything that Georgia has to offer. The route options are 25 miles, 50 miles and 100 miles. All routes will start in Augusta, GA and end in Evans, GA.
Detailed routes and maps are available here.
- Detailed course maps are found here!
- Changes may be made to the course at any time, in the interest of Rider safety.
All 50 and 100-mile Riders will start in Augusta, GA between 7:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. All 25-mile riders will start in Harlem, GA between 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. All Riders will finish together in Evans, GA.
- Select a route that will challenge you both physically and in your fundraising efforts.
- As a rule of thumb, most anyone can ride 25 miles with some training. 45 mile Riders should get a ride or two in each week. The 100 mile Riders will require a commitment to endurance training.
Up to but no later than 11:59 p.m. on September 16, 2021, you are able to change your route distance. Please submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a rest stop every 12 to 20 miles for water, food, mechanical and medical attention. Support vehicles will also patrol the route to provide assistance, if necessary. You are not required to stop at the rest stops, but they are available for your needs.
Yes. Paceline Riders are to adhere to rules of the road. A safe ride is paramount to the Paceline experience.
Yes, you must be at least 14 years of age to ride in Paceline. Riders who are 14 and 15 years old may register to ride the 20 and 45 mile routes only. Riders who are 16 years and older may register for any of the routes. Parents or guardians will be required to execute the Rider agreement and waiver on behalf of the minor. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Yes, tandems are encouraged, but each rider must register separately.
No, you may not ride with an infant or child attached to your bicycle or any other riding apparatus at any time during Paceline.
No. Your registration as a rider in Paceline is not transferable, even if you do not ride in Paceline for any reason, including illness or injury that may limit or preclude your participation. You are not permitted to grant another person the right to ride in Paceline in your place.
Packet pick-up and bike drop-off will be Friday, October 15, 2021.
In light of Covid-19, Riders are allowed to cancel their registration and fundraising requirements by September 16, 2021 if they are unable to participate in the ride due to Covid-19 or other health concerns.
Click on the "Donate" button in the upper right-hand corner and search for the Rider or team you wish to donate to!
Please write the full name of the Rider you wish to donate to in the memo line and mail your check made payable to PACELINE at the address: PACELINE RIDE, 1010 Broad Street, Augusta, GA 30901.
Please mail the check to PACELINE RIDE, 1010 Broad Street, Augusta, GA 30901. Also, be sure that your Rider name is included in the memo line, so that we may appropriately apply the donation to your ride. If the donor makes the check out in your name, you will have to personally deposit or cash the check and then apply the amount to your rider profile.
The data we collect is necessary to create accurate donor records and provide appropriate tax acknowledgement information. The information is not used for solicitation purposes. If you have any questions about the information that is being collected, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like a tax acknowledgement receipt, it is always best to make a credit card or check donation. Paceline cannot issue tax acknowledgement receipts for cash donations that are not brought directly to the Paceline office by the actual donor. Please do not send cash through the mail. If you are a Rider who has received a cash donation, there are two options for applying the cash donation to your ride. In the first instance, you may keep the cash and make an online credit card donation to yourself for the same amount. Please note, however, that if you use this option, you will become the official donor, and you will receive a tax acknowledgement receipt at the email address that you provide. Please do not substitute the cash donor’s name or address for your own when you make the credit card donation on your card. Alternatively, you may bring the cash donation to our office. In this scenario, Paceline still cannot issue a tax acknowledgement receipt to the cash donor who is not present, but you can pick up a blank cash donation receipt that you can provide to your donor to fill out for his/her own record keeping. Please note, Paceline will not complete this receipt form for you as it must be completed by the donor.
All donations are 100% tax deductible in the United States, unless the donor received goods and/or services in exchange for all or a portion of his/her donation, such as through an auction or other fundraiser. For foreign donors, please refer to your local tax laws to determine if your donation to Paceline is tax deductible. All credit card donors will immediately receive a tax acknowledgement letter via email. All check donors will receive a mailed tax acknowledgement letter after the check is received by Paceline.
Unchained Paceliner FAQ
Unchained Paceliners are individuals who want to be part of the movement without riding a bike during ride weekend. You can choose to be an Unchained Paceliner instead of selecting a route during the registration process.
No, registration to be an Unchained Paceliner is free.
No, it is FREE to be an Unchained Paceliner.
Virtual Riders have access to the same fundraising tools as Riders. These tools can be found in the "Fundraise" section on our website.
Please email email@example.com by September 16, 2021.
- On Paceline Weekend, they’re encouraged to support riders on the route, but access to the finish line celebration isn’t included with registration.
There is no fundraising requirement for volunteers but fundraising is certainly encouraged!
Paceline runs on volunteers! There are many opportunities to volunteer during the year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will follow up with you regarding opportunities soon.
You must be at least 14 years old to volunteer. To register as a minor volunteer, please email us at email@example.com. We will provide you with the minor volunteer waiver, which must be signed by a parent or guardian.
The minimum age for volunteering is 14 years old. If you would like to have your family join you at a rest stop or finish line, we encourage them to come and support Riders. Please arrange for another adult to monitor your children during your shift, so that you are able to focus on your volunteer responsibilities.
All Paceline volunteers will receive a T-shirt prior to their first shift. Please note that all volunteers will receive only one T-shirt. We suggest dressing in layers as needed. Please keep in mind that activities are outdoors and volunteers will likely be on their feet for a majority of their selected shift(s). Comfortable shoes are a must, along with sunscreen.
Volunteers are welcome to bring sunscreen, water bottles, and a small cooler or snacks, especially if you have any special dietary requirements.
A lead volunteer is responsible for all of the activities of their volunteer teams at their assigned locations and/or under their specific responsibilities. If you choose to be a lead volunteer, you must be willing to be available the entire time your teams’ activities occur. The times required will vary by responsibilities at various locations. In addition to being available during Paceline weekend, lead volunteers will also participate in pre-Paceline meetings, weekend activities and communicate event details to their volunteer team. If you are interested in being a lead volunteer please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Your lead volunteer for the volunteer activity you selected will contact you with information prior to Paceline weekend.
There are no specific requirements to be a photography volunteer. However, we do ask that you supply your own camera or additional equipment. As we get closer to the event, your lead volunteer will contact you with further details. All necessary information on how to upload the photos directly to the Paceline online account will be communicated to you. Please contact email@example.com for more information.