Now more than ever, we need to come together and support ALS research. That's why we're inviting all members of the community the opportunity to join us by acknowledging someone special to you, and inspiring those who are riding to #EndALS.
Through our "Dedicate a Mile" program, you can donate to dedicate a mile along the Tri-State Trek route in honor or memory of someone you love.
The Dedicate a Mile program allows you to select one mile along the Tri-State Trek route and dedicate it to a loved one. Whether you are cycling, volunteering or cheering from your home, your dedication and support make you a part of our #trekfamily.
Kindly note that the deadline for a printed dedicate a mile sign at the Tri-State Trek is May 31, 2023. We are more than happy to put an electronic sign up on our website after this date, but we will not be able to provide a printed version at the event after May 31st.
When you Dedicate a Mile you will have the opportunity to choose from one of the 200 miles along the Trek route – you may select a mile based on a number that has particular significance, perhaps a birthday or anniversary, or select a mile based on a special location along the ride.
Your loved one will then be recognized on the interactive route map featured on this page. The team at ALS TDI will use a photo and story you send us to create a personalized popup that will appear when your dedicated mile is clicked. In addition, we will be acknowledging all dedicated miles on social media. Trek riders will be able to see who they are riding for in the coming miles and be reminded of why they ride.
Whether you are dedicating a mile to remember a loved one, honor someone who inspires you, or thank someone for his or her service, every dedicated mile will support ALS TDI’s relentless work to find an effective treatment for ALS.
We hope you will join us in spirit at this incredible event. Please consider supporting the Tri-State Trek and honoring someone special to you by dedicating a mile.
Please note: Donations to Dedicate a Mile do not attribute towards riders’ fundraising minimums.