Get Ready for the Ride of Someone Else's Life
The DoubleDay Ride to Defeat ALS is a two-day, fully-supported cycling event that raises funds to fight Lou Gehrig's Disease. 

Ride Update 07/31/2013: The Ride is over, and we're pretty amazed about the outcome, the funds generated, new connections and friendships, the esprit d'corps that was so evident among the Riders, Families, Friends and Volunteers. Do check in from time to time to check on our totals.  

You can still donate!
If you missed out on giving to a Rider, the deadline is January 31, 2014!
Every dollar makes a difference!

Match your money! And you may be able to increase your giving with a company match. Click HERE to see if your company matches. Go to your HR and fill out the form they provide then send it in to our Chapter office and we'll take care of the rest!

2013 Ride Teams are posted on Flickr See below. (Click on the photo to start the slide show) Candid photos of cyclists and scenes from Pasta4PALS to follow.

Day One Candids
Help us reach our goal - donate today

 

 

 

2013 DoubleDay Ride to Defeat ALS
Goal:
$183,000.00
Achieved:
$188,956.36
103 percent of goal achieved.

 

*True Total: $208,617


*The ACTUAL amount raised as of Dec 6, 2013, which includes registration fees,
all confirmed gifts and company matches is
$208,617.
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Ride as an Individual Start a Team Join a Team Find a participant Volunteer with us!
 
   
Member of Crazy4Carl wait for the Ride to begin  View 2013 DoubleDay Ride Teams and some new Team Photos  
Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce
Browse for places to stay, eat, and shop in the "gateway to the Skagit"
View Mt. Vernon High School - DoubleDay Ride to Defeat ALS in a larger map
Alex wearing Walz Cap
New this year: Red, black and white Ride to Defeat cycling caps. Walz Caps will donate $5 for each cap sold. 
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Group Health

Virginia Mason Medical

 

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Gregg's Cycles  Mutual of Omaha Everest College

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