The annual Lifeline100 at begins at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville, MD and offers a unique organized ride experience for cyclists of all ages and abilities with scenic 100 and 65 mile routes on road and paved trail and 30 and 15 mile routes on paved trail only. Younger children can learn bike safety at the free children’s Bike Rodeo provided by Anne Arundel County Police Bike Patrol. Thanks to our generous sponsor Prophasys, riders with special needs and their accompanying rider can register at a special 2 for 1 rate.
2017 was a record-setting success with 861 registrants, more than 100 volunteers and over 30 sponsors and generated a record $33,000 for local, non-profit beneficiaries.
The Lifeline100 is hosted by a partnership of Anne Arundel County Police, Anne Arundel County Recreation & Parks and Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (“BikeAAA”, a 501c3 promoting safe cycling). All proceeds go to Anne Arundel county non-profits including The Crisis Response System, Recreation Deeds for Special Needs and BikeAAA.
What people are saying about the Lifeline 100 rides:
I had an awesome time at this ride. It was my first 100 miler and I was impressed start to finish with the organization, volunteer enthusiasm, support, rest stops, and everything else that made it such an excellent ride. See you next year!
Super well organized and great ride. Appreciate everyone who volunteered at the rest stops!! And the officers and individuals who helped block traffic. Thank you to everyone involved. Such a fantastic event.
What a wonderful event! The organization, route, pit stops, and weather were incredible. This was my first long-distance ride and I completed the 65-mile route. I hope to do 100 next year. I can’t wait. Thanks to everyone involved!