Ride the Trek
The Ride
Join us June 22 and/or 23, 2024! The Trek will begin and end each day at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus in Durham, NH. This inspiring community weekend offers ride options ranging from 30-200 miles that travel through New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. Our newly redesigned Trek offers cyclists an unforgettable weekend of cycling, camaraderie, and dedication to support vital ALS research.
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Beginner to Advanced Ride Options
2 days with options to ride roughly 30 or 100 miles per day. Each day every cyclist will begin and end in Durham, NH.
The 2024 Trek will have one central home base at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus. This means that riders can get comfortable and stay at the same location all weekend without having to worry about transporting luggage and driving to meet riders at the next stop. Fundraising minimums vary, see Fundraising Information below for details.
Ride Options
30 miles over 1 day

60 miles over 2 days

100 miles over 1 day

130 miles over 2 days

200 miles over 2 days
Ride Options
Fundraising Information
All Trek funds fuel our mission to end ALS. We will provide tools and support to help you reach your fundraising goals, but if you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us here.
Fundraising minimums are as follows:
  • One Day: $1,250
  • Two Day: $2,500
  • First Time Cyclists/Young Professional (under 35) One Day: $1,000
  • First Time Cyclists/Young Professional (under 35) Two Day: $2,000
Crew members are not required to fundraise. Participants have until October 2024 to reach their fundraising minimums.
There are many reasons to ride
Fully Supported Bike Ride
Fully Supported
Bike Ride
Clearly marked route with rest stops every 15-20 miles to rest, get water, use the restroom, grab a snack, and stretch
Incredible Weekend Experience
Incredible Weekend
Experience
Join the ALS community at the incredible “We Are Trek Family” Saturday Night Program and other Trek Family activities
Fundraising and Training Resources
Fundraising and
Training Resources
Use our fundraising tools to help you reach (or exceed!) your fundraising minimum. Use our training resources to prepare for the ride at any level of experience
Bike and Medical Support
Bike and Medical
Support
You are never alone with a team of ride marshals and support vehicles along the route and a hotline in case of flat tire, fatigue, or emergency
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight
Accommodations
Overnight accommodations are available at the UNH dorms at our “Base Camp”. Enjoy delicious meals, drinks, and family fun at our base camp in Durham, NH
There are many reasons to ride
Fully Supported Bike Ride
Fully Supported Bike Ride
Clearly marked route with rest stops every 15-20 miles to rest, get water, use the restroom, grab a snack, and stretch
Incredible Weekend Experience
Incredible Weekend Experience
Join the ALS community at the incredible “We Are Trek Family” Saturday Night Program and other Trek Family activities
Fundraising and Training Resources
Fundraising and Training Resources
Use our fundraising tools to help you reach (or exceed!) your fundraising minimum. Use our training resources to prepare for the ride at any level of experience
Bike and Medical Support
Bike and Medical Support
You are never alone with a team of ride marshals and support vehicles along the route and a hotline in case of flat tire, fatigue, or emergency
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight accommodations are available at the UNH dorms at our “Base Camp”. Enjoy delicious meals, drinks, and family fun at our base camp in Durham, NH
There are many reasons to ride
Fully Supported Bike Ride
Fully Supported
Bike Ride
Clearly marked route with rest stops every 15-20 miles to rest, get water, use the restroom, grab a snack, and stretch
Incredible Weekend Experience
Incredible Weekend
Experience
Join the ALS community at the incredible “We Are Trek Family” Saturday Night Program and other Trek Family activities
Fundraising and Training Resources
Fundraising and
Training Resources
Use our fundraising tools to help you reach (or exceed!) your fundraising minimum. Use our training resources to prepare for the ride at any level of experience
Bike and Medical Support
Bike and Medical
Support
You are never alone with a team of ride marshals and support vehicles along the route and a hotline in case of flat tire, fatigue, or emergency
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight
Accommodations
Overnight accommodations are available at the UNH dorms at our “Base Camp”. Enjoy delicious meals, drinks, and family fun at our base camp in Durham, NH
Other Ways to Participate
Tri-State Trek offers three participation options, the in-person event ride, Virtual Trek, and Trek Your Way, to accommodate different abilities and fundraising levels. You can also participate as a volunteer at the Trek event in June!
Bike
Run
Support
Trek Weekend Highlights
New Location
Great location
based in scenic
New England
Great location based in scenic New England
Activities for family and friends
Activities for family
and friends
Activities for family and friends
Ride in three states: MA, NH, and ME
Ride in three states:
MA, NH, and ME
Ride in three states: MA, NH, and ME
Two-day Event
Weekend event
with choice to ride
one or two days
Weekend event with choice to ride one or two days
Flexible Ride Options
More ride options
with routes ranging from
beginner to advanced
More ride options with routes ranging from beginner to advanced
Information for Riders
The Route
The Route
Cyclists can choose from either 100 or 30-mile routes each day, for a total of anywhere from 30 to 200 miles over the weekend. We are currently in the town approval process for the 2024 route and expect to have a finalized map by May 1. In the meantime, view the 2023 route below to get a better idea of how you'll ride.
Fundraising Commitment
Fundraising Commitment
All cyclists commit to a fundraising minimum when registering for the Tri-State Trek. And ALL the funds raised go to ALS TDI. You're riding for a good cause, and we are here to help you succeed. Use our fundraising tools to start and finish your fundraising efforts strong.
Training Guide
Training Guide
Whether you're riding 30 or 200 miles, you need to train. Our comprehensive Training Guide will help you get started and we can connect you with an experienced Trek rider if you have questions. It's not easy but you can do this!
“We're all in this together. And having the ALS TDI team with us is really special. You just have to come to see how special it is.”
“We're all in this together. And having the ALS TDI team with us is really special. You just have to come to see how special it is.”
“The Trek family embodies hope. I encourage people to be a part of this and make sure that they don't just remember how sore their legs are but remember how filled their heart was when they leave Trek.”
“The Trek family embodies hope. I encourage people to be a part of this and make sure that they don't just remember how sore their legs are but remember how filled their heart was when they leave Trek.”