New England Parkinson’s Ride

What’s it about?

For the last few years, Sea Road Church has hosted a rest stop for the annual New England Parkinson’s Ride, a bicycle riding event that helps to raise funds and awareness of Parkinson’s Disease.

The riders travel various routes ranging from 10 to 100 miles and throughout these routes there are rest stops with bathrooms, drinks, and snacks.  We feel blessed to have served as a rest stop for riders for the last few years and this year we are going the extra mile.  We are setting up a team of riders to represent our beloved church brother, Bob Sked.

We hope you will join us on Saturday, September 9th as either a volunteer at the Sea Road rest stop or as a rider in the event.

How Can I Participate?


Rest Stop volunteers please sign-up below. The Rest Stop will go between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. You will have the option to volunteer for a three hours block, for the full event, or by just providing snacks and refreshments.  Here are some ways you can serve:

  • Providing us with some baked goodies, snacks, or refreshments.
  • Set-up/take down
  • Serving tables
  • Replenishing tables
  • Welcoming riders
  • Traffic Coordinator
  • Cheerleading the riders


If you want to ride as part of Sea Road Church’s “Team Sked” please sign up as a rider below.  After you complete our registration, you will be giving a link to register at the event’s website.

All riders must register at the event’s website, and while you are registering you will be giving the option to Join a Team, please make sure you join Team Sked.

If you have any questions about costs, time, or for any other information for riding the event, please visit the event’s website, or email Pastor Paul Gant.

Check out this video from 2013 Sea Road rest stop for the dedicated bike riders.

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