Don’t Just Ride, Bike MS!

Join the fight with a thrilling ride towards creating a world free of MS. Every mile pedaled and every dollar raised goes to support the National MS Society in finding a cure as well as providing programs and services to help Utahns impacted by this disease move their lives forward. Bike MS: Harmons Best Dam Bike Ride is Utah's largest cycling fundraising event, with nearly 1,500 cyclists riding and raising funds. This two-day event is based out of the Cache County Fairgrounds in Logan, UT, and offers route options for all levels of cyclists. Riders can choose to ride as little as 20 miles one day or as much as 150 miles over both days. Day one's course heads north towards Idaho and is relatively flat with options of 45, 75, or 100 miles. On Sunday, cyclists can take a 20-mile option or a 50-mile option of the beautiful ride up Blacksmith Fork Canyon and still enjoy lunch with us back at the fairgrounds. It is an unforgettable ride with an unbeatable destination, a world free of multiple sclerosis. Ride for the camaraderie, the challenge, and the cause! Visit to start a team, donate or sign up to volunteer!

Bike MS: Harmons Best Dam Bike Ride

June 23rd & 24th

Based out of the Cache County Fairgrounds in Logan, Utah.

What is MS? Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system. It stops people from moving. MS pulls people away from their lives and destroys connections. So it’s only fitting that our teamwork and connections with one another would be its greatest enemy in stopping the disease. Utah has one of the highest incidence rates in the country

· 2-3 times more women than men are diagnosed with MS

· MS most commonly attacks people when they are at the peak of their careers and life plans (ages 20-50 years old), but kids get MS too!

· When one person is diagnosed with MS, it affects the whole family

· It is not known what causes MS. There is no cure…yet!

At Bike MS it’s not just the miles that matter, it’s the unforgettable journey.

Ride, Donate, Volunteer – Join the MS Movement Today!


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