2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers!
Over those 50 years, Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers has saved countless lives. Your involvement can make a great impact on transforming our organization into a bold and innovative place for prevention and recovery for the next 50 years.
Join our annual Ride for Recovery+Walk which is a community driven fundraising initiative to support the critical treatment and prevention programs & services provided at Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers. This fun fundraising event is a “Ride for Recovery+Walk” taking place each September. Riders choose from three route options ranging from 63, 32 or 18 miles with staggered start times. Each Rider & Walker commits to raise a pre-determined amount of money with 1OO% of the dollars raised going directly to support the critical programs and services at LGRC or, new this year, you can choose to participate in a Fun Walk.
This year we are going to start/end at our Chardon Office located at 209 Center Street, Chardon, OH. Registration opens at 7:00 a.m. and the first rider will start at 7:30 a.m. for the Century ride (approx. 63 miles). The medium (32 miles) and short ride (18 miles) will leave shortly after followed by the two-mile walk. All three routes will travel through the beautiful, rolling hillsides of pastoral Geauga County.
While it is preferred that Riders & Walkers register online, Riders and Walkers can register on site the day of the event and pay with cash or check. Children must be 12-years of age or older to ride. Children under 18 must have the signed consent of a parent or guardian to participate.
$30 per person
All proceeds help support Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers programs and services for adults whose lives have been affected by their own or another's use of alcohol, drugs, problem gambling or mental illness.
Special thanks to Bike Ohio for providing bike services once again this year.
Please note: ALL RIDERS MUST WEAR HELMETS
Short Route (18 miles)
Medium Route (32 miles)
Century Route (63 miles)
Two-mile Walk Route