For those of you who won’t be joining us on the physical ride, come ride with us in spirit.

Sea to Sea has several options for virtual riders. These range from hosting your own ride locally, to setting your own mileage and fundraising goals, to riding a portion of what the on-route cyclists ride, to simply fundraising.

However you choose to be involved, Sea to Sea is geeked to have your help in Cycling to End Poverty.

Once you’ve decided to become a Virtual Rider, click the green “Virtual Ride Registration” button in the menu to get started.

My Sea to Sea.

Whether it’s a barbecue and a casual cruise around the block or a weekend ride through your local trails, hosting your own event can be a great way to get the genuine Sea to Sea experience, involve others, and fundraise for the cause. If you’re keen on this idea, shoot an email to and we will give you some tips and guidelines for making your ride successful.

The Home Rider.

So, you can’t take an extended amount of time off for the ride. We understand, it’s a big commitment. But, you still want to participate in a ride. Pick a leg and ride a portion of what the on-route riders do. For example, leg one: the route travels 738 miles, you ride 73.8. They fundraise $6,000, you fundraise $600.

The Fundraiser.

Not a cyclist? No sweat. Want to fight poverty? We dig that. Fundraisers are what makes Sea to Sea such a powerful event. Without you, we wouldn’t have a fraction of the success we do fighting worldwide poverty. Fundraising for Sea to Sea allows you to make a personal impact on ending poverty around the world.

The Soloist.

You want to cycle. That’s it. Awesome. Set a mileage goal you hope to ride and a fundraising goal you hope to meet. It can be a one-day goal, a one-week goal or even a 10-week goal. Then, get pedaling and fundraising!