November 3, 2018 | Houston, TX


Support those with disABILITIES & Empower their recovery from Harvey.

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Bike to the Beach is more than just an event, its an experience. With us, you will form new lifetime friendships, have lots of fun, and support all individuals with intellectual and developmental disABILITIES in all aspects of their lives.


Ride Season Commences in ...

2018/11/03 06:00:00

The Experience of a Lifetime

Bike to the Beach is here to empower your community, help you achieve your goals, surpass your personal challenges, and to raise funds for autism awareness.

Be Challenged & Conquer.

We designed our events so they are not only a challenge but fun. Bike with new friends and accomplish your goals together.

Be Taken Care Of.

Don’t worry about a thing, Bike to the Beach has it taken care of. From bike rentals, to transportation, and where to stay, Bike to the beach has figured out all the logistics so you only have to do one thing… Ride.

Join A Community. Meet New Friends.

Bike to the Beach is more than an experience, its a community. At our events, you meet all types of people from different walks of life.

Experience Your City Like Never Before.

Through our bike route, you’ll discover new and exciting location in your home town you never knew existed.

Change The World.

Support all individuals with intellectual and developmental disABILITIES in all aspects of their lives.

How You'll Complete Our Outdoor Cycling Challenge


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Are you Up for Our Virtual Challenge?

Join the indoor experience at Mission Control located on The Center’s campus! Ride the Houston to Galveston ride virtually!   Support those with disABILITIES and Autism. Help those in need from Hurricane Harvey.

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Are you Up for the Challenge?

Standard Registration

  • $500 Funding Minimum
  • 50 Incentive Points
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Finisher T-shirt

Yellow Jersey Registration

  • Special Yellow Jersey
  • 500 Incentive Points
  • $1,500 Funding Minimum
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Finisher T-shirt

Supporter Registration

  • No Funding Minimum
  • 450 Incentive Points
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Finisher T-shirt

Virtual Cycling Challenge

  • $100 Fundraising Goal
  • 100 Incentive Points
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Rider T-shirt
What our riders are saying
  • I ride for Scott, my brother, an adult with autism. When I crossed the finish line at B2B DC biking with Scott, in the Family Challenge I saw and felt first-hand all of my fundraising efforts come to fruition. Earlier in the summer Scott learned how to ride a bike in just 5 days at the B2B iCan Shine Bike Camp. Scott inspires me every day with his accomplishments, and when I ride, I ride for him.

    Gillian Gladstone
  • Last year was my 5th consecutive B2B, and I have raised over $50,000 for autism awareness and research

    Gerry Dorros
    5-time Rider (DC)
  • 10 Years ago, we found out our first born, Cameron was Autistic. It was the most crushing news any parent would have to face. But it is Cameron who lifted me up. His spirit and genuinely is unmatched….Last year, Cameron bravely met the challenge and became the youngest person EVER to complete the 106 mile Bike to the Beach Ride.

    Allan Parvizian
    Team Parvizian (DC) - 7-time rider
  • I am a two time B2B Veteran and proud member of Team Doyle. My goal is to support this important cause and increase awareness for autism.

    Karen Oleyar
    Team Doyle (DC) - 2-time Rider
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Our Sponsors

Bike to the Beach is made possible by a growing number of individual donors, foundations, and corporations. We are grateful for the support and partnership. The following are some of our major supporters. Get involved

Bike Barn
Motive Pure

Our Local Partners

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    Autism Speaks

    Promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.