Kevin Degen Open Road Foundation

Make a Tax Deductible Donation at
Kevin Degen Open Road Foundation
P.O. Box 1353
Birmingham, MI 48012

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To ride with us this year, register here:

Early registration deadline is July 29, 2013. Early registration fees are $40 individuals, $80 families.

Standard registration after July 29, 2013 (and on the day of the event) will be accepted at $50 individuals, $100 families.

Kevin Degen BUM Ride

August 11, 2013, 8:00 — 4:00, Kensington Metropark

Come join Kevin's friends and family in the second annual Kevin Degen Memorial BUM Ride covering new routes along beautiful Kent Lake and Island Lake and scenic country roads in Livingston and Washtenaw counties.

Join us for a family-oriented event for little riders, intermediate touring riders, and serious century riders alike. Choose from road routes of 40 or 60 miles or enjoy a ride of 1, 8, or 24 miles in scenic Kensington Metro-Park.

Help us honor the life and courageous example of biker Kevin Degen who rode thousands of miles to raise money for his favorite charities. If he could do it, so can you!

Celebrate with us after the ride – bring a picnic lunch, connect with old friends, and enjoy the company of fellow riders who support Kevin's foundation.

Make a difference! Become a "Foundation Friend" by donating $250. Your name will appear on the 2013 BUM Ride t-shirt in thanks for your generous contribution!

All proceeds will benefit the Kevin Degen Open Road Foundation whose mission is to improve the lives of those with special needs through biking. Join us in continuing Kevin's legacy of inspiration and service to others!

Food Stops: Take a break at well-stocked, friendly food stops with cookies, fruit, and plenty to drink.

SAG Support & Maps: Sag services are provided on paved roads with limited repair capabilities. Maps will be provided for all routes.

T-Shirts: Early Registrations include a 2013 "Dri-Fit" BUM Ride t-shirt specially designed for this event. A limited supply of additional shirts may be available on the day of the event. See the registration form.

Safety First: Helmets must be worn by all riders. No radio headsets, Earbuds, or iPods. You must obey all traffic rules. Bicyclists are legal vehicles on Michigan roads.

Volunteers are Needed: Please indicate your willingness to help make this a terrific event on your application form.