Riders arrive at Wagner College on Staten Island, New York, on Saturday, July 20, 2024, for orientation and check-in. The next morning, hundreds of road warriors start the ESR adventure together. Each day, the average riding distance is about 79 miles with support, like first-aid, mechanics and scheduled shuttles, along the way.
At the finish line, you’ll be welcomed by a mile of cheering, smiling faces as you ride down in Niagara Falls. From there, all that’s left to do is enjoy music, food, drinks, vendors and the eighth wonder of the world — Niagara Falls.
Daily breakfast is served early so riders can depart at their own pace in the cool of the morning. Lunch is provided on route, and dinner is served at camp each night. Snacks and water are always available at camp, rest stops and in case of emergencies.
After dinner each night, there’s a brief map meeting followed by a nightly program focused on our mission to end cancer. You may stick around afterward for cycling tech talks, camp games, yoga and camaraderie.
Your safety and enjoyment are our top priorities. Check out the list of rider support perks.