The ride can be about 20 miles or 40 miles along the Yough River Trail. Ride 20 miles to Sutersville and back or 40 miles to the Cedar Creek Pavilion number 19 and back to the Boston bridge. Ride at your own pace and as miles as you would like.
T-shirts will be guaranteed on the event day to pre-registered participants. You must be registered by June 6th to guarantee a t shirt.
Rest Stops & Refreshments will be provided.
Boston Bridge Trailhead
40 mile ride registration: 7-8 am
20 mile ride registration: 8-9 am
1902 Donner Street
Boston, Pa 15135
(GPS 40 18.6482 N 79 49.6905 W)
From Route 30 & Monroeville
Take Route 48 South to Walnut Street (Olympia Shopping Center), turn left & go to the Boston Bridge. After crossing the bridge, turn right, then turn right again onto Donner Street to the Boston Trailhead under the bridge.
From Route 51
Take Route 48 North to Boston. At Boston Bridge intersection, turn left onto Smitheld St, then turn right onto Donner Street to go to the trailhead: parking under the bridge.
Ride Event Rules
A helmet is required on the Ride for Recovery. All riders must obey the traffic laws and be courteous to all motorists. Riders under the age of 18 must have an adult sign their consent.
Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
The McKeesport Hospital Foundation Faces of Recovery & Transitions of Care Funds
The McKeesport Hospital Foundation was founded in 1976, as an incorporated 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the goal of ensuring the continuation of quality healthcare in the Mon Valley Region of Pittsburgh.
The Faces of Recovery and Transitions of Care Funds are available for those in need being discharged from McKeesport Hospital. As our neighbors struggle with their paths to recovery, these critical funds provide assistance when needed the most. It is our goal to contribute to these funds by raising awareness of the outstanding work and special projects supported by the McKeesport Hospital Foundation.