Riders, volunteers, even spectators can be part of or form a Tri-State Trek team. In the end, the team component of the Trek increases
awareness and revenue. All team members receive personalized fundraising pages where you can direct friends and family to let them know
how you're helping end ALS.
Volunteers are not required to fundraise, but the donations you receive will benefit any riders on your team, and help them meet their minimum!
Don't have any riders on your team? Make it an all volunteer team!
How It Works:
- Team Captains create a Team when they register for the Trek. A Team Fundraising Page is automatically created.
- Team Members select the Team they are participating on when they register for the Trek. Their individual fundraising page is also
automatically created and linked to the Team Fundraising Page.
- Train together, fundraise together, end ALS.
Team Fundraising Guidelines
- A Team Fundraising Goal is determined by adding the minimum fundraising requirement of each Rider.
- Donors can contribute to an individual Team Member or to the Team as a whole.
- All donations benefit the entire Team, and a rider who falls short can be helped by other riders on their team who exceed their goal.
- If a Team does not meet its minimum fundraising requirement, All Team Members will be responsible for the difference.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Our Teams Program is designed to make fundraising easier and not intended to give anyone a free ride. All Riders are
responsible for fundraising. The Trek is not a bike ride; it's a fundraiser to end ALS. We need an effective therapy for this disease. All
Tri-State Trek Riders are expected to actively fundraise.