Support local non-profits during this global pandemic.
Registration is easy and is powered through the Givhero app:
Registration is free. A self-donation of any amount is encouraged, but not mandatory.
We suggest either a 100 mile, 50 mile or 25 mile goal; however, the goal that you set can be any mileage over 10 miles.
Note: although you can keep tracking your miles after you hit you goal, you can only set your goal one time. So, if you set your goal at 50-miles, and you pass 50-miles, you will not be able to update your goal. However, in this challenge, Givhero will still track your mileage and you can continue to fundraise after hitting you goal.
There are many benefits to creating a team: camaraderie, competition, sharing the experience with a friend.
NO, after downloading Givhero you must register for the Add Impact Local Support Challenge within the app.
NO, you must join the Add Impact Local Support Challenge AND select a team to join.
People who have already downloaded the app (but have not joined the challenge) should click the “Challenges” button and join the Challenge, then click the “Teams” button to join your team. That way they will be in the Challenge and be on your Team.
Bike to the Beach supports AUTISM & disABILTIES on both a National and Local level. For this challenge, we have partnered with 1-2 local service providers in Houston, New York, New Englad, and DC/Maryland/Virginia.
We partner with local service providers and area advocacy organizations in each area we operate. Each of our local non-profit partners are able to fundraise through our event. Our goal is to help local non-profit service providers that are making a difference, and we are actively seeking new partnerships. Let us know if you think a local provider is a good fit! For more information, click here.
Fundraising is not required, but encouraged. Every dollar you raise will be donated to local non-profit organizations, and will help you earn prizes.
Givhero is a comprehensive activity tracker and fundraising tool. Once you have set-up your account, tap on the challenge from dashboard and:
Once registered you will have access into the Givhero fundraising application with built-in fundraising tools. If, at any point you need fundraising support, tips, or just someone to talk to contact us.
If you need help with the Givhero app, contact their support: email@example.com
Donation checks should be made out to “Bike to the Beach” and mailed to:
Bike to the Beach
1990 K St, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20006
Bike to the Beach, Inc.’s Tax ID is as follows: 26-1809507.
For every mile you ride (indoor or out), we will donate to a local non-profit. Every mile = 54 cents, representing the 1 in 54 children diagnosed with autism. The total any rider can earn for their local team is $54 (or 100 miles). We are committed to contributing up to $10,000
Givhero will track every mile that you ride during our 3-week challenge. However, the total any rider can earn for their local team is $54 (or 100 miles).
In order for your miles to count, you must be a part of “The Add Impact Challenge” in Givhero, not just on the Givhero App.
Givhero rounds down for any partial milage achieved, but will save the “part of the mile” for you next ride. For example, if you ride 5.6 miles in Day 1, you will be credited with 5 miles (5 x $0.54 = $2.7). If you ride 5.4 miles next day, you will be credited with the 5.4 miles from Day 2 and the 0.6 miles from Day 1 for a total of 6 miles (6 x $0.54 = 3.24).
Bike to the Beach has has an incentive point system that rewards you for fundraising:
You will receive your fundraising incentives after the conclusion of the challenge. Note: shipping is NOT included.
Donations will be automatically processed when you achieve your individually set goal and/or at the end of the campaign.
Note: Donations based on mileage may not show up in real-time, including the $0.54 per mile donation.
Bike to the Beach will regularly post download data about mileage completed and donations committed in the message area of your Givhero app.
The leaderboard can only show amount of “challenges/goals” completed. It cannot compare miles completed or donations committed. In the user view of the app, individuals will be able to see the mileage and committed donations or other people in the “challenge”, but not in an ordered “leaderboard”.
Yes. To manually enter your miles:
But you can also synch with most fitness apps. Read more on the Givhero FAQ.
Givhero attempts to sync every five minutes. But depending on connectivity, it may take up to 15 minutes for you to see the latest data. We recommend frequently syncing your tracker with the provider’s app so that Givhero receives your data as soon as possible. Read more on the Givhero FAQ.