Pictured: PCAS adapted ski program participant at top of the mountain. Location: Camelback Mt. Resort.
About the Ride
Welcome to the 2024 Annual Cinco De Mayo Bike Ride and Walk. The event brings over 400 cyclists, walkers, and volunteers together to ride or walk 23, 25, or 50 miles of scenic Chester County. The Cinco De Mayo Benefit Ride and Walk is a one-day event offering rolling hills and a beautiful landscape. Cyclists will travel along planned routes with marked turns, cue sheets, rest stops, and rider support.
In addition to the road ride, you have the option to ride or walk on the Chester Valley Trail. The Trail is a relatively flat, paved route. You can pick your distance from a mile, to 23!
Whichever route you choose, we'll meet you at the end with great music and food!
"We love the ride. It's well organized. It has a nice mix of some challenging hills and easier routes."
Building Inclusive Communities
The Ride & Walk is a crucial event that raises funds to support the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports’ efforts to promote health and wellness among people with disabilities. As a non-profit organization, we strive to create a world where people of all abilities are empowered to lead healthy and fulfilling lives through sports, wellness, and recreation.
For over 30 years, we have been working tirelessly to build a welcoming and supportive community that fosters growth and self-discovery. Our innovative programs and activities provide a platform for individuals to showcase their abilities and achieve their goals with the help of our dedicated volunteers.
Whether someone is a beginner or a seasoned Paralympic athlete, PCAS offers a range of programs and services to meet their needs. With over 250 volunteers, we serve more than 1000 individuals and families in our community.
Join us in our mission to empower people with disabilities to lead healthy and active lives. With the right support, there is no limit to what we can achieve together.
My participation with PCAS has done wonders for my sense of confidence and self-esteem. I'm doing things I never thought would be possible for me to accomplish. I wish for the very same feelings of achievement for any disabled person who is ready for a challenge.